THE BEST Ereaders

2019 Boox Note Pro eReader

2019 Boox Note Pro eReader

Boox’s 2019 Note Pro eReader has an app store that lets you access the most popular reading and productivity based apps from Google Play, such as Word, Excel, and the Amazon Kindle app. It also has an adjustable backlight with warm and cool settings. Drops 4/2019.

2018 Amazon Kindle Paperwhite

2018 Amazon Kindle Paperwhite

The latest version of Amazon’s crisp, high-res Ereader is thinner and lighter than its predecessors. It’s also rated waterproof down to 6ft. The Kindle Paperwhite also now comes with access to Audible, and can be paired with speakers or headphones via Bluetooth.

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Kobo Forma eReader

Kobo Forma eReader

Kobo’s new Forma eReader has a spacious 8″ screen, perfect for reading large type or comic books, particularly manga. Its page-turn buttons can be used with one hand in portrait mode, or you can switch to landscape mode for greater viewing width. Available 10/16/18.

Kobo Clara HD

Kobo Clara HD

Kobo’s new Clara HD eBook reader has a 6″ 300 PPI E-ink touchscreen for a print-like reading experience. The screen also has ComfortLight PRO, a backlight that automatically turns softer and warmer during nighttime to keep reading easy on your eyes.

Sony 10″ Digital Paper

Sony 10″ Digital Paper

The DPT-CP1 has all the features of Sony’s earlier 13″ eReader, but in a lighter and more portable 10.3″ form. It lets you read and annotate documents, take notes, read two documents at once and more. It lets you transfer files over Wi-Fi or Bluetooth.

Kobo Aura One

Kobo Aura One

Kobo’s new e-book reader has a 7.8″ 1872 x 1404 screen yet weighs just half a pound. It’s also waterproof and has an adjustable night mode that reduces blue light. It also has Wi-Fi, 8GB of storage and a battery that lasts up to a month per charge.

Sony Digital Paper

Sony Digital Paper

The Sony DPT-S1 Digital Paper is a thin and light 13.3″ e-ink reader that lets you view and annotate A4 (8.5″x11″) documents in full size. It only supports PDF files for now though. Also it costs over $1,000. Japanese demo here.

Kobo Vox

Kobo Vox

A 7″ tablet running Android 2.3. It has a browser, runs apps and plays media, but it’s still very much an eReader. Users can participate in social reading – a book club supercharged by the Web.

Rocketfish PadPivot

Rocketfish PadPivot

A portable stand for tablets, smartphones, e-book readers and anything else that can stick on its reusable and washable adhesive panel. Its curved base and strap lets you use your thigh as a desk.

Samsung E6 eReader

Samsung E6 eReader

Samsung teams up with Barnes & Noble for the E6, its first eReader for the US market; it features a 6″ display, built-in MP3 player, text-to-speech, Wi-fi, Bluetooth, and 2GB of internal memory.

QUE proReader

QUE proReader

Part printer replacement, part ereader, Plastic Logic’s QUE proReader features an 8.5×11″ touchscreen, Office/Outlook compatibility, virtual keyboard, WiFi, BT, and 3G. Thanks, everyone!

Skiff Reader

Skiff Reader

Move over, Kindle DX: the Skiff Reader tips the scales with a giant 1600×1200 11.5″ touchscreen; due out this year, it features 3G, Wi-Fi, 4 GB space, a mini-USB port, and an SD slot.

Barnes & Noble Nook

Barnes & Noble Nook

Barnes & Noble’s Nook is their first eReader; weighing 11.2 oz, it features a 6″ e-ink display, 3.5″ color touchscreen, Wi-Fi, AT&T 3G, 2GB built-in storage, MP3 player and speaker.

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Plastic Logic QUE

Plastic Logic QUE

Designed for the business crowd, Plastic Logic’s QUE is powered by Barnes & Noble and features a letter-sized 8.5″x11″, shatterproof E-ink screen, 3G, Wi-Fi, and 1/3″ thickness.

Alex eReader

Alex eReader

Spring Design’s dual-screen Alex eReader springs a few notable surprises: it packs a 6″ E-ink display, an Android OS 3.5″ color LCD, WiFi, 3G, SD card slot, headphone jack and speaker.

WikiReader

WikiReader

The ultimate unitasker, the WikiReader lets you read all of Wikipedia offline (it updates via SD card); it has a B&W screen, four buttons and can run up to 12 months on two AAA batteries.

IREX DR800SG E-reader

IREX DR800SG E-reader

IREX teams up with Verizon and Barnes & Noble for their DR800SG; the e-reader sports an 8.1″ screen, 2GB storage, world-capable 3G and open platform, multiformat support.

Sony Reader Pocket/Touch

Sony Reader Pocket/Touch

Sony’s new 5″ Reader Pocket and 6″ Reader Touch e-readers both hope to undercut Amazon’s Kindle, with 512 MB, USB 2.0 port and $199/$299 price point; still missing: Wi-Fi.

Dapper Kindle Case

Dapper Kindle Case

Barely a day after the Kindle DX announcement, meet Hard Graft’s new Dapper Kindle case: it fits the Kindle 1, Kindle 2 and Kindle DX and is made with wool felt and Italian leather.

Amazon Kindle DX

Amazon Kindle DX

Large and somewhat in charge, Amazon’s Kindle DX targets newspaper and textbook readers with a 9.7″ screen with auto rotation, 3.3GB of storage, and a native PDF reader.

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Kindle 2 Periscope

Kindle 2 Periscope

Designed to address the Amazon Kindle 2’s lack of a backlight, the Periscope Light Folio is a combination case and retractable twin LED reading light; it’ll run for 40 hours on 3 AAAs.

Concept: Braille E-Book

Concept: Braille E-Book

While the idea is not new, Seon-Keun Park’s Braille E-Book concept is beautifully executed; it would use electro-active polymers to dynamically raise and lower dots on the reader.

Plastic Logic Reader

Plastic Logic Reader

Due out in 2010, Plastic Logic fired a shot across the Amazon Kindle 2’s bow yesterday by announcing content partners and a Publisher’s Program for their 8.5×11″ Reader.

Amazon Kindle 2

Amazon Kindle 2

Amazon’s Kindle 2 is official: 0.36″ thick, 10.2 oz, 25% longer battery life, 20% faster page turning, text-to-speech, 7x storage, and a five-way controller for easier skimming; ships 2/24.

Foxit eSlick

Foxit eSlick

If Amazon’s Kindle and Sony’s Reader give you wallet-aches, Foxit’s more affordable eSlick may do the trick; it’s priced a full $100 under the Kindle, albeit minus the wireless frills.

Sony PRS-700 Reader

Sony PRS-700 Reader

A direct challenge to Amazon’s Kindle, Sony’s PRS-700 is an ebook reader with a 6″ touchscreen that reads finger swipes; there’s still no wireless, but we dig the slate color scheme.

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