Amazon has a new Kindle, and it costs just $90. You get 4GB of internal storage to store all your books. There’s also Bluetooth in case you want to use Audible to listen instead of read, and the 6-inch screen is perfect for travel.
After three years, Amazon's most beloved ebook reader, the Kindle Paperwhite, got a refresh for 2018. And while it may look the same as its predecessor, a handful of new features make it a worthwhile upgrade.
As smartphone screens grow, the market for ebook readers is dwindling. So it comes as a surprise that the new Kobo Forma comes in at $280. Is the Forma worth its premium price tag? We gave it a spin to find out.
Compared to Amazon's wildly-popular Kindle Paperwhite, the new Kobo Clara HD is a worthy competitor. It offers many of the same features found on the aging Paperwhite, and its crisp E Ink screen makes it our favorite budget ebook reader at the moment.
There’s nothing quite like reading on a massive, crisp E Ink screen. Our Boox Max 2 and Boox Note Pro ebook reader review explains why you should pay attention to these two new tablets from an established industry name.