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Love to cart your extensive library of books wherever you go, whether you’re riding to work on the train or j...
Love to cart your extensive library of books wherever you go, whether you’re riding to work on the train or jet setting off on an extended tropical island holiday? Check out this rundown of 10 great eBook readers with a variety of features to suit your individual tastes. We briefly go over today’s most popular models as well as a few lesser-known alternatives.
Amazon Kindle Paperwhite: Widely regarded as the top eBook reader on the market, despite its low battery life, the Kindle Paperwhite lets you read in all light conditions and is hooked up to Amazon’s huge selection of eBooks. 6” screen, 2GB memory, 8-hr battery life.
Barnes & Noble Nook GlowLight: Free yourself from Amazon ads with this lightweight e-reader. Its battery life and memory are impressive, but while the Nook has plenty of content, it can’t compare to Amazon’s ecosystem. 6” screen, 4GB memory, up to 2-month battery life.
Amazon Kindle: Inexpensive and does what it says on the box. The Kindle’s main advantage is being connected to Amazon’s massive selection. A 6” screen, 2GB memory, and a 4-week battery life don’t hurt either.
Kobo eReader Glo: The Glo’s EPUB compatibility and ability to be used internationally make this Kindle alternative a great low cost e-reader. 6” screen, 2GB memory, 55-hr battery life.
Barnes & Noble Nook Simple Touch: Just touch and read with this “E Ink” reader designed to mimic paper. Its touch screen, long battery life, and great value for your money make it a strong competitor. 6” screen, 2GB memory (expandable to 32GB), 2-month battery life.
Kobo Aura HD Digital Text Reader: With a larger display and higher resolution than the competition, this WiFi-only reader is pricier and heavier than the Amazon or B&N e-readers, but offers the freedom of independence from those closed ecosystems and a long battery life. 6.8” screen, 4GB memory, 8-week battery life.
Sony PRS-T3: Featuring a pull out light and a special 3-minute rapid charge option, this long-lasting e-reader is another nice alternative to the Amazon and B&N systems. 6” screen, 2GB memory, 8-week battery life.
DJC Touchtome2 7" eBook Reader: This inexpensive reader offers a larger touchscreen than most and an improved (though not especially long) battery life on the previous model. As an Android compatible e-reader, it has access to Google’s collection of titles. 7” screen, 4GB memory, 10-day battery life.
Ectaco JetBook Color eBook Reader: Got the desire (and the funds) for something different? Try Ectaco’s large, high-end, full-color reader with e-Ink. The slow processor may put a damper on the festivities. 9.7” screen, 4GB (expandable to 32GB), 2-month battery life.