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eReader Reviews Archives

Sony Reader PRS-T2 Review

The Sony Reader PRS-T2 is the latest Sony Reader touch screen model, coming onto the market to challenge the Nook Simple Touch and Kindle Touch. Sony has been in the ereader market since the very beginning and there are a lot of people who prefer to buy a brand that is not tied into an online bookstore. For many of those people, Sony is the name they trust. So how does this new Sony ereader stand up to the competition? Continue reading to find out.

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Nook Simple Touch Review

The Nook is Kindle’s biggest competitor, and Barnes & Noble have done well in the competition so far. There’s a Nook to match almost every type of Kindle, with its own individual features. The Nook Simple Touch was originally matched against the Kindle Touch, but the Kindle Touch is now discontinued, leaving the Nook Simple Touch with no direct Kindle competitor. So is the Nook Simple Touch worth buying, or is it better to get another type of ereader? Let’s take a look.

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Kobo Glo Review

The Kobo Glo is one of the new range of Kobo ereaders that came on the market in 2012. It’s a direct competitor with the Kindle Paperwhite and Nook Simple Touch Glowlight. Despite not being linked in to a major online bookstore like the Kindle and Nook or coming from a big name in electronics like the Sony reader, the Kobo ereader range is still surviving and selling well. That means Kobo must have something special to offer. So should you buy Kobo Glo over the Nook or Kindle with similar lighting technology? Let’s take a look.

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Nook Simple Touch With GlowLight Review

When it came out in May 2012 the Barnes and Noble Nook Simple Touch with GlowLight was the first ebook reader to offer a screen lit from the side, avoiding computer-type backlighting that strains the eyes but giving a comfortable light to read by in the dark. This was way better than holding a flashlight or an attached light that illuminated the screen in an uneven way. But now we have the Kindle Paperwhite with similar technology. So how does the Nook stand up to real competition? Is it truly a great product, or did they rush so fast to get it out first that they skipped on the details? Read on to find out.

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Kindle Paperwhite Review

The Kindle is the jewel in Amazon’s crown and a big hit with people all over the world. It’s been Amazon’s top selling product since the first Kindle was available to order. They keep on releasing new models, each one apparently better than the last. The Kindle Paperwhite has a built-in light and higher resolution screen. So how does it measure up? And is it the best Kindle available right now? Let’s take a look.

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Kindle Fire HD Review – 8.9-inch

The Amazon Kindle Fire HD 8.9 inch is one of the latest generation of Kindle Fire products, released in November 2012. It moves into new territory by having a larger viewable area of screen than other Kindles. If you’re looking at tablet/ebook reader combos, or you’re interested to see what the newest Kindles are all about, read on. We’ll tell you what we like – and what we don’t – about the new Kindle Fire HD 8.9 inch.

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Kindle Fire Review – HD 7-inch

Amazon have gone one step further by combining an eReader with a tablet in the new Kindle Fire. Launching the Kindle HD, the second generation of Kindle Fire products in September 2012, they are now really pushing to dominate the tablet ebook reader market. But how does the Kindle Fire compare with other eReaders – and with other tablets? Is it an effective combination of the two? Let’s take a look.

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New Kindle Review

The Kindle is the best known eReader on the market, and Amazon is keen to keep it fresh by bringing out updated new Kindle models often. Today we’re reviewing the Kindle 5, released October 2012. Until now, each new generation of Kindle has been an improvement on the one before. So has Amazon succeeded in continuing to move forward with the fifth generation Kindle? Is it better than the one before? Let’s take a look.

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