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Kobo Nia

What's good  

  • Small and light
  • Plenty of storage
  • A capable Amazon alternative

What's bad

  • No audiobook support
  • No subscription-based services
  • Not waterproof
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Amazon Kindle (10th Gen)

What's good  

  • Great battery life
  • Built-in light
  • Audible support

What's bad

  • Low resolution screen
  • Non-Amazon books require conversion

Verdict

While far from a high-end experience, the Kindle (10th gen) offers an ultra-affordable e-reader option for the casual reader or audiobook lover.

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Kobo Libra H2O

What's good  

  • Excellent price point
  • Overdrive integration
  • Sharp screen
  • No unnecessary screen clutter
  • Supports many file formats

What's bad

  • Plastic build
  • Screen contrast not great
  • Might be missing some books in its store

Verdict

The Kobo Libra H2O is a great ebook reader for people who want to use a variety of formats and aren’t married to the Amazon ecosystem. It’s cheap, waterproof and generally provides a great reading experience.

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Kindle Oasis (2019)

What's good  

  • Crisp, flush display
  • Adjustable screen temperature
  • Audible support
  • Plenty of storage
  • Premium design and feel
  • Battery life

What's bad

  • Price
  • Asymmetrical design might not be for everyone
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Kobo Clara HD

What's good  

  • Snappy performance
  • Adjustable front light color temperature
  • Long battery life
  • Sharp 300dpi screen
  • Ergonomic design

What's bad

  • Smaller library selection than Apple or Amazon
  • Not water-resistant
  • Awkward Overdrive interface

Verdict

The Kobo Clara HD is a great budget e-reader with excellent performance and a beautiful screen. Unless you want access to the Kindle Store's massive line-up, the Clara HD goes toe-to-toe with nearly any low-to-mid priced e-reader out there.

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Pocketbook InkPad Color

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Onyx Boox Poke 2 Color

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Pocketbook Color

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Kobo Libra 2

What's good  

  • Audiobook support
  • Bluetooth capable
  • 32GB of storage
  • Physical page turn buttons
  • Many formats supported

What's bad

  • No Amazon support
  • No speakers
  • Heavy

Verdict

The eReader market doesn’t tend to compete as much as the smartphone market but there are still some good things happening and differences to be found between the various models. The Kobo Libra 2 is a great example of this with its audiobook support and wide range of support e-book formats.

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Onyx Boox Lomonosov

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Onyx Boox Leaf

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Kobo Sage

What's good  

  • Stylus support
  • Bluetooth for audiobooks
  • Responsive interface
  • Bright screen with excellent contrast

What's bad

  • Poor battery life
  • Expensive
  • Cannot export handwritten notes

Verdict

The biggest thing the Kobo Sage has going for itself is the ability to write on it and the stylus support. Those elements work and are innovative, but the battery life just lets the rest down.

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Onyx Boox Nova 3 Color

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Kobo Elipsa

What's good  

  • Stylus support
  • Documents and books look great
  • Good handwriting recognition

What's bad

  • Heavy
  • No amber lighting
  • Writing is restricted

Verdict

While it's definitely an e-reader first and a digital notepad second, the Kobo Elipsa does quite well for Kobo's first foray into active stylus support. It's a big e-reader though, so we don't recommend it for on-the-go use or bedside reading.

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Kindle Paperwhite (2021)