With so many different e-readers on the market, the choice can be paralyzing.
Amazon Kindle remains the go-to choice but how about some of the competition?
We’ll take a very brief look today at just a few of the options at your disposal if you’re on the trail of the best e-reader for your needs…
Kindle Voyage is quite simply one of the best e-readers money can buy. The sleek design and boosted resolution results in a 300 ppi display offering fantastic resolution and a first-rate reading experience.
With the capacity to hold up to 2,000 books, you can take your whole library with you wherever you go.
As well as books, you can enjoy grabbing your favorite magazines, newspapers and comic books from the well-stocked store.
Kindle Paperwhite lets you choose from 3 million ebooks, newspapers, and magazines meaning you’ll never be caught short of reading material.
With that high-resolution screen and its sleek new looks, battery life hasn’t changed in the new model. You’ll still get up to 8 weeks of mixed use on a single charge.
If you’re looking for an e-reader with a backlight, then Nook Glowlight is a great choice.
The Nook GlowLight improves on an already good e-reader, with enhanced lighting, sharper text, and other tweaks including the elimination of page flashing.
Although it’s lighter than Amazon’s Kindle Paperwhite, overall it offers slightly reduced functionality at a comparable price. This goes some way toward explaining why Kindles continue to rule the roost. That said, Nook is still worth looking into…
This is the fifth generation e-book reader designed and marketed by Kobo.
You can store around 2000 e-books on the Aura which makes an elegant, sleek alternative to the default Kindle option.
The Kobo Aura H2O released on October 1 2014, is the first commercial waterproof e-reader.
Whether you want to read in the bath or swimming pool, Kobo Aura H20 lets you do so without the headache of ruining your device.
The new Kindle gives you a touchscreen experience at a highly affordable price.
Although it isn’t built for content with images due to the 800 x 600 resolution, it’s still a fantastic choice if you want a straight-up e-reader.
The Onyx Boox M96 is an Android e-reader ideal for reading academic journals and textbooks. Its generous storage capacity allows you to download and store around 3,500 eBooks.
Check out our full reviews above for much more in-depth exploration of these e-readers. Hopefully, you can see at a glance a device that appeals then probe into it in more detail.
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