Don't-Miss E-Reader Stories
This e-reader retains the pleasing design and generous font options of its predecessor, but it remains pricey for a reader that lacks now-standard features.
Not all of your reading has to be done with a physical textbook or on a PC.
This e-reader offers a crisp, high-resolution display, but its chintzy design leaves much to be desired.
This lightweight e-reader is Kobo's most competitive offering to date.
The latest-generation Nook offers a dramatically improved design, interface, and reading experience on a monochrome E-Ink screen.
We evaluate eight buyback and trade-in programs to determine which ones give the best prices for older smartphones, HDTVs, laptops, and more.
The new eReader offers an enhanced screen and better performance than the first-gen model, but screen refresh and speed remain issues.
Can PC software reinvent e-books? The makers of Blio hope so: This free download delivers features you don't get on Kindles and their competitors.
Highlights of this premium e-reader include an intuitive, elegant interface and an LCD screen with minimal glare.
For a small-screen e-reader, the new Pocket Edition is one of the best models you can buy--but you'll pay extra for Sony's unique touchscreen design.
See how Sony's latest e-reader devices compare with the previous generation--and with Amazon's Kindle.