Don't-Miss E-Reader Stories
The new Kindle Paperwhite is like the old one, but with a better backlight and upgraded software.
Protect your e-reader in style with one of this attractive cases designed to match your specific e-reader.
This tiny 5-inch e-reader is adorable, but who will buy it?
Trying to decide which e-reader fits your needs? Check this handy guide to the latest e-readers.
The Kobo Glo is lightweight and has excellent ComfortLight technology, but it suffers from a lack of contrast.
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Barnes & Noble's latest 7-inch tablet, the Nook HD, packs a high-resolution display—and the results are a visual delight.
Amazon's baseline Kindle is a basic, inexpensive e-reader in a familiar package, but it lacks the software elegance of its competitors.
The new Kindle Paperwhite is a dramatic update inside and out, one with fully redesigned software and an appealing built-in light that makes the Kindle more usable in any environment.
Amazon launched the Kindle Paperwhite and a lower-cost, spruced up $69 Kindle—and with these two models, the company redefines the e-reader market.
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The addition of an LED light source turns the Nook Simple Touch into the must-have e-reader for bookworms.
With a touchscreen and a row of physical buttons beneath the display, this e-reader takes a different approach from its competition.
Amazon's first touchscreen e-reader is responsive, but its software lacks the finesse we had expected.