Editors' Choice

We review hundreds of products in a wide range of categories each year. Here's the best of the best in ereaders.

Kindle Oasis review

Amazon’s Kindle Oasis is the slimmest, lightest, and most radical ebook reader we’ve ever used. Is it worth the $290 price tag? Read our review to find out. See Full Review »

Our Score 8

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Kobo Mini Review

  • Light and comfortable
  • Size is good for small hands
  • Lots of control over text inside eBooks
  • Touch-controlled and easy to use
  • Access to eBook sources beyond Kobo's store
  • E Ink screen doesn't offer as much contrast as the…
  • Could use faster performance
Our Score 7

Sony Reader PRS-T2 Review

  • Improved screen refresh and contrast
  • Touch capability
  • microSD support
  • Facebook and Evernote support
  • Two months of battery life
  • No light-up screen
  • Higher price than competitors
  • Touch interface not as user-friendly as…
  • Screen refreshes can leave behind dirty screen
  • Must tether to PC to get updates
  • DRM book selection
Our Score 7

Amazon Kindle Paperwhite Review

  • Bright, high contrast screen
  • Front light
  • Battery life (2-8 weeks)
  • Improved touch interface
  • USB charging
  • DRM book selection
  • Non-compatible with other e-book stores
  • No expanded storage or microSD
Our Score 9

Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet Review

  • Better performance than Kindle Fire
  • Bright, vivid screen
  • Nice interface built around e-book reading
  • Good battery life for a tablet
  • microSD card slot
  • Battery life can't match E-Ink e-readers
  • App selection is limited
  • Fewer multimedia features than Kindle Fire
  • No cameras or Bluetooth
Our Score 8

Barnes & Noble Nook Simple Touch with…

  • Readable in the dark (with GlowLight)
  • One-month battery life
  • Responsive infrared touchscreen
  • Support for ePub
  • microSD slot
  • Good refresh rate
  • GlowLight adds $40 to price
  • No speakers
  • Navigation buttons a bit confusing
  • No DOC or TXT file support
Our Score 8.5

Amazon Kindle Fire Review

  • Easy to set up
  • Easy to use
  • Easy to explain
  • Simple design
  • Cheap price
  • Great content
  • Portable
  • No microSD, Bluetooth, camera
  • Can get oddly sluggish here and there
  • Needs more RAM
  • Small 7-inch screen
Our Score 8.5

Spring Design Alex Review

  • Sharp e-ink screen, vibrant color LCD
  • Displays Web pages on the e-ink display
  • Lightweight and portable
  • Plentiful selection of free books
  • Familiar Android operating system
  • Surprisingly loud speakers
  • Currently no paid bookstore
  • Overpriced
  • No 3G available yet
  • Feels cheaper than the Nook
  • Hiss in audio, choppy YouTube playback
  • Unimpressive battery life with screen in use
  • 2.5mm headphone jack
Our Score 6.5

Barnes & Noble Nook Review

  • Large readable E Ink display
  • Lower color LCD touch display looks great
  • Expandable storage
  • Large book catalog
  • Touch Display is hard to use at times
  • Slow refresh on E Ink display
  • Lacking blog and magazine content
  • Questionable durability
  • Unintuitive menu system
  • Lag between two displays
Our Score 7