E Readers

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Review: Kobo Aura HD

Battling the e-reader juggernaut Amazon is tough. Just ask Barnes & Noble. Yet, Kobo lives on — not just surviving, but thriving. The Japanese company’s success in the e-reader market can be pinned equally on its strong international presence and its willingness to create a product specifically tuned to the wants and needs of its…

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Review: Kobo Glo

If you’ve happened to venture into an independent bookstore in the past few years, you may have noticed an e-reader for sale that isn’t produced by an online retailer or a giant bookstore chain. Those e-readers are made by Kobo, a Canadian company that prides itself on being the unofficial e-reader of independent bookstores. And…

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Review: Amazon Kindle Paperwhite

The new Paperwhite isn’t a huge leap forward compared to Amazon’s first model. But unlike the smartphone world where marginal updates are supplemented with features no one will actually use, the Paperwhite’s incremental updates are actually useful. Are they enough to spur current Paperwhite owners to upgrade? Probably not. On the other hand, if you…

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Review: Amazon Kindle

Photos by Jim Merithew/get-gadget See Also: Lisez-Vous Français? Kindle Takes A Big Global Step Remove Ads From ‘Special Offers’ Kindle for $30 The Nook Nails It How the Kindle Fire Could Make 7-Inch Tablets Huge Old Kindle Renamed ‘Kindle Keyboard,’ New Touch Just $10 Cheaper Than Fire Kobo’s E-Reader Scores Bonus Points With Social Reading…

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Review: Amazon Kindle Voyage

“Thank God Amazon created a new flagship e-reader. The Kindle Paperwhite is a terrible piece of crap.” “For too long have we suffered the Tyranny of the Kindle Paperwhite and its myriad flaws.” “I’ve resisted buying an e-reader for years because the best available example, the Kindle Paperwhite, is utter garbage.” These are fictional excerpts…

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