Bookeen Cybook Orizon: Touchscreen Ebook Reader Needs Better Web Access

At a Glance

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  • Bookeen Cybook Orizon
    $240.00

    The Bookeen Cybook Orizon boasts a first-rate touchscreen e-paper display, but its Wi-Fi connectivity, browser, and integrated bookstore need a makeover for it to succeed.

At a Glance

The Bookeen Cybook Orizon boasts a first-rate touchscreen e-paper display, but its Wi-Fi connectivity, browser, and integrated bookstore need a makeover for it to succeed.

Price when rated: $240

Pros

  • Excellent text options: seven fonts, 12 sizes
  • Intuitive touchscreen and Wi-Fi support
  • Skinny, lightweight e-reader
  • Excellent text options: seven fonts, 12 sizes
  • Intuitive touchscreen and Wi-Fi support
  • Skinny, lightweight e-reader

Cons

  • Built-in browser is painfully slow
  • Expensive
  • Built-in browser is painfully slow
  • No integrated U.S. bookstore
  • Expensive
  • No integrated U.S. bookstore
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