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Review Alex Colon The Best eReaders of Whether you're considering joining the digital book revolution, or just want a new device to replace an older one, here are the best ebook readers on the market today.
But before you settle on a single device, you have some decisions to make. As you can see, Amazon's Kindle line makes up the bulk of our top picks, and for many people will be the perfect choice. But it isn't the only choice. Here's what you should consider when shopping. What Screen Type and How Big?
Basic ebook readers use monochrome, E Ink screens to display text. E Ink looks a lot like paper, and it's easy on your eyes when reading for long periods.
On the least expensive models, it's not backlit, so you'll need light to see the text, just as you would with a printed book. But most ebook readers now include edge lighting that lets you see in the dark. With each model, you can vary the intensity of the brightness from barely there to flashlight-bright.
On the lowest settings, you can read in the dark while your partner sleeps peacefully next to you. In all cases, E Ink is much easier to read in bright sunlight, while color touch screens on tablets tend to wash out, and their glossy displays can show distracting reflections.
The industry seems to have settled on six inches as the optimal display size for E Ink readers; this is what you'll find on most of Amazon's Kindles, for example. There are exceptions, though: Kobo's Aura One is significantly larger, at 7.
And if it's clarity you're after, you're in luck: Manufacturers are also improving the quality of these E Ink displays. A few years ago, page refreshes were sluggish, the entire screen flashed black with each page turn, and some early ebook readers had problems with text contrast, which made for difficult reading.
The latest readers have crisp, clear text, and employ caching schemes that almost never refresh the full page; most of the time, only the letters fade out and back in again. The page refreshes themselves are much faster than before. Meanwhile, touch screens have an innate advantage: On-screen keyboards make it easy to take notes or run searches within the text of your books.
Also, maneuvering a massive online bookstore on a device with a touch screen is a lot easier. So E Ink is great for reading books, but tablet screens offer a bevy of other benefits.
Their color screens mean you can read much more than books: Best of all, even lower-cost tablets like the excellent Fire 7 can browse the web, stream video from Netflix, Hulu or other sources, play music, and run apps.
Will You Read on the Beach? If you like to read in the bath, by the pool, or on the beach, you might want to consider buying a waterproof ebook reader. You have a few options. The Kindle Oasis even has page turn buttons so you can easily flip between pages when your hands are wet.
An always-on cellular radio lets you buy and download books from anywhere, over the air, for free aside from the cost of the book itself, of course. Most devices offer Wi-Fi as the base level wireless connection—at a much lower cost—with 3G cellular data only available as part of a more-expensive model.
As long as you don't mind waiting until you're at home or near a hotspot to shop for new books, Wi-Fi should work for you. A select few may still prefer to pony up for 3G to buy a new book while, say, on a long train trip, or lounging at the beach.
Internal storage capacity is not much of a concern. Most every ebook reader you can buy today can store more than 1, books, with some offering room for thousands more titles.
And if you have more books than that, each of the major vendors offers cloud storage, letting you download books to your device whenever you need them, assuming you're connected to Wi-Fi hotspot or anywhere you have a cell signal, if you have a 3G-capable model.
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