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You'll probably want to take a look at the discounted prices on ereaders to buy when the prices are most attractive. If you'd like to offer a ereader to a loved one for Christmas, you'll find the best discounts on ebook readers currently available on this page. Deals on ereaders Find here all disc ... (December 7, 2023) Read more
Asian manufacturers have been releasing numerous note-taking and productivity tools in recent years. The Bigme InkNote S is no exception to the rule, and seems to follow a familiar recipe without much innovation. And yet, there's an interesting twist! In addition to the market leaders Kobo Elipsa 2 ... (December 6, 2023) Read more
E-readers support different languages, allowing you to change the interface text. Let's take a look at how to change the language of a Kindle e-reader. On a Kindle ereader, you can change the language of the interface (texts in menus), change the keyboard layout (from qwerty to azerty, for example) ... (December 5, 2023) Read more
Pocketbook e-readers have the most comprehensive software available. It's so complete that you often miss out on some very interesting features. In this article, I'll explain how to set and customize the touchscreen on your Pocketbook ereader. On Pocketbook e-readers, you can configure the touch sc ... (December 5, 2023) Read more
Pocketbook is redoubling its efforts to bring out new ereaders, and it's only logical that the manufacturer should go for an entry-level model with the Pocketbook Basic Lux 4. The Pocketbook Basic Lux 4 is, as its name suggests, a reader aimed at the less affluent or those who want to treat themsel ... (December 5, 2023) Read more
In this article, we will see that it is easy to find very good cheap ebook readers for less than $120 to make a nice gift (or to treat yourself) in 2023! As you will realize, there are not only the flagship ereader from Amazon (Kindle), Pocketbook and Kobo. Many manufacturers also have very interes ... (December 4, 2023) Read more
You can find all the e-reader tests published on the site and the Youtube channel on this page: Pocketbook Verse Pro review ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ (released in 2023) Pocketbook Verse review ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ (released in 2023) Pocketbook InkPad 4 review ⭐⭐⭐⭐1/2 (released in 2023) Kobo Clara 2E revi ... (December 4, 2023) Read more
If you want to read a lot more, you will have to turn to digital reading. Today, it is possible to use websites to download free ebooks, comics but also audio books. This article gathers the best websites to download free books in English and also in other languages. These lists are not exhaustive, ... (December 4, 2023) Read more
We're going to compare the major Kindle, Kobo, Pocketbook and Nook e-reader brands to observe the differences, advantages and disadvantages and make the right choice. But first of all, if you want to treat yourself to a cheap e-reader, here's the list of discounts available right now:
9.7" e-reader - 825 x 1200 pixels e ink screen - Ebook formats supported: EPUB, PDF, FB2, FB2.ZIP, TXT, DJVU, HTM, HTML, DOC, DOCX, RTF, CHM, TCR, PRC (MOBI), JPEG, BMP, PNG, TIFF
7.8" e-reader - 1404 x 1872 pixels e ink screen - Ebook formats supported: AZW, EPUB, DOC, DOCX, FB2, CBR, CBZ, HTML, PDF, RTF, RXT (compatible with Adobe DRM), MP3, OGG, M4A
7.8" e-reader - 1404 x 1872 pixels (greyscale) 468 x 624 pixels (color) e ink screen - Ebook formats supported: EPUB, PDF, FB2, FB2.ZIP, TXT, DJVU, HTM, HTML, DOC, DOCX, RTF, CHM, TCR, PRC (MOBI), JPEG, BMP, PNG, TIFF + audio : M4A, M4B, OGG, OGG.ZIP, MP3, MP3.ZIP
Here's the comparison of electronic ebook readers (or ereaders) for the year 2023: Kindle, Kobo, Pocketbook, Meebook, etc. After years of reviewing e-readers, I'm beginning to know a thing or two about them. So, every month, I compile the latest information, reviews and rumors and deduce which a ... (December 1, 2023) Read more
Christmas is just around the corner, and Christmas means presents. And what could be nicer than a good e-reader for a lover of literature and reading? This Christmas guide is easier to use than the complete e-reader buying guide I publish every month. The aim of this article is to help you find the ... (December 1, 2023) Read more
You don't need a e-reader to read books - all you need is a smartphone. But with a bigger screen, it's a little better! Here are the best apps for reading on a tablet. Which app for reading books on a tablet? The best apps for reading books on a tablet are: Aldiko, Moon Reader, Amazon Kindle, Kobo ... (November 27, 2023) Read more
In this short tutorial, you'll see how easy it is to read a PDF file on your Kindle, Kindle Paperwhite, Kindle Scribe, Kindle Voyage or Kindle Oasis e-reader. PDF files are fairly widespread, and you'll find a bit of everything in this format: documents for work, various documents supplied by compa ... (November 27, 2023) Read more
There could be several reasons why your Kindle battery is draining quickly even when you don't use it (in sleep mode). TLDR: By following these steps, you can help maximize the battery life of your Kindle e-reader: Adjust the display brightness to a lower level. Disable Wi-Fi and mobile data whe ... (November 27, 2023) Read more
KOReader is a free software package that installs on your e-reader to provide additional functionality. In this article, we'll look at how to install KOReader on a Kobo e-reader. The only two things you need to know about KOReader on Kobo are the following: Installing KOReader on Kobo is free of c ... (November 23, 2023) Read more
Many of you are wondering whether you should buy a Kobo or Kindle e-reader. In this article, we'll look at the advantages and disadvantages of each brand of e-reader: Kobo vs Kindle. E-readers have metamorphosed the way we indulge in literary escapades, offering a portable, convenient, and technolo ... (November 20, 2023) Read more
As the year draws to a close, it's time to focus on what's in store for 2024 in terms of e-readers, with new models expected soon. A new Kobo It's no secret that Kobo will soon be offering a new e-reader. From what little information has leaked out, it's likely to be a reader to replace the Kobo S ... (November 20, 2023) Read more
Calibre software is well known to owners of a large personal ebook library, as it allows you to manage your digital books and transfer them to your e-reader. Version 7 of Calibre has just been released, with a number of new features. Calibre is free, open-source software that runs on Windows, Mac O ... (November 20, 2023) Read more
E-readers use a special type of screen known as electronic ink. Unlike the screens used on smartphones, tablets and PCs, e-ink is based on a completely different technological approach, enabling a paper-like display. In this article, we'll look at how does e ink works, and its advantages and disadv ... (November 19, 2023) Read more
This is the place to find informations about ereaders and ebook reading device with electric ink (e-ink).
You are on the site of e-readers and ebooks (digital books). To begin with, you can consult the e-reader reviews and get the latest news by browsing the different articles on the website. Finally, you can then head to our buying guide to find the best e-reader to access all the comparisons.
The site offers many contents and guides that will help you find your way among the many models available from Kobo, Kindle, Nook or Pocketbook.
In order to help you as soon as possible, we have made a selection of the best articles on e-readers:
If you're not sure which brand of e-reader to choose, you can check out our guide that shows you the differences between Kobo and Kindle to make the right choice.
You should also have a look at this page : KOBO vs KINDLE vs POCKETBOOK vs NOOK: how to CHOOSE?
If you are looking at this page, it means that you are interested in buying a e-reader or that you want to know more about the different models available and the different brands.
There are a few brands of e-readers available in the USA. If you want to buy a e-reader, here are the brands you should choose:
In the USA, the most popular e-reader brands are Kindle (Amazon), Kobo, Nook and Pocketbook. You should also have a look at this page : KOBO vs KINDLE vs POCKETBOOK vs NOOK: how to CHOOSE?
E-readers are electronic devices, and it may not necessarily seem worthwhile to use an e-reader to read instead of a book.
But, there are many advantages to reading on e-readers:
If you want to know all the advantages of using a e-reader to read, you can check this article: top reasons to use a e-reader to read ebooks.
In addition to visually impaired people who need large characters to read (and therefore a reader), we can also use a font like OpenDyslexic which should allow dyslexic people to read more easily on a reader than on a paper book.
It is not necessarily a miracle solution, but it has proven itself in many cases. So you can try it!
However, you don't have to read exclusively on a e-reader.
I think that ereaders can't replace paper reading. But, the two are perfectly complementary. So, I have collections of paper books that I don't have on e-reader. See also : https://myereader.net/ebook-vs-paper-book.html.
But if I want to take something to read on a trip or on the subway, bus or train, it's much easier to carry a 6-inch ereader, which is thin, light and takes up less space than a paper book.
The other advantage of the e-reader is that you can access classic literature for free. The texts in the public domain are available for download for e-reader without having to pay money.
See this page if you want to download free ebooks: Download free ebook, comics and audio books on the Internet
So, if you like classic authors, you should invest in a e-reader. Even if you pay $150 for your ereader, you'll pay back your investment very quickly with the free books you read.
If you read a lot, you can also turn to unlimited reading subscriptions. For example, you have the Kindle subscription for Amazon e-readers. For about $10 per month, you will have access to thousands of digital books for download. If you really read a lot, this can again quickly pay off.
You can access every articles of the websites here.
Now that you know more, you may want to buy a e-reader But first, you need to ask yourself the right questions to make sure you're making the right choice.
Don't forget that you can check out the complete and detailed e-reader buying guide.
Here are some criteria you can take into account when choosing your e-reader:
Price: what budget do you have? You can have a good e-reader for $129,99 and an exceptional model for more than $200. But you can also start from $99,99.
Screen size: e-reader screen sizes start at 6 inches, but you can go up to 10 inches. A 6-inch e-reader is more portable, but an 8-inch e-reader offers more reading comfort.
Lighting: Many e-readers have lighting for reading at night. The latest e-readers even have a blue light filter.
Text-to-speech: if you want to try text-to-speech, you should know that very few e-readers can read text!
Waterproof: do you read a lot by the pool or in the square? Then you should consider waterproof readers, which are more expensive but more solid.
Color: e-readers with color screens are available, although these models are still expensive and few in number. There is the Pocketbook Inkpad Color 3 for example which is available in the US.
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Recognizing the need for an informed and reliable source for eReader-related content, Nicolas created MyEreader.net, where he currently serves as the lead writer. His well-crafted articles cover a wide range of topics, including eReader reviews, comparisons between various devices, tips for optimizing reading experiences, and discussions on the future of digital reading. Read more here
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