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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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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 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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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 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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Onyx Boox Poke 2 Color

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Pocketbook Color

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Kobo Forma

What's good  

  • Extensive file support
  • Plenty of storage
  • Built-in light with temperature adjustments
  • Comfortable to hold
  • Large, crisp 300 PPI display
  • Overdrive and Pocket integration

What's bad

  • Squishy buttons
  • Software sometimes sluggish

Verdict

Combining one of the largest screens on a mainstream e-reader with a unique design, the Forma is an interesting alternative to Amazon’s e-readers -- as long as you’re not already tied too much to Amazon’s ecosystem.

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Kindle Paperwhite (2018)

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Kindle Oasis (2017)

What's good  

  • Large display allows for 30 percent more on-screen text
  • Excellent battery life
  • Waterproof
  • Ergonomic design
  • More accessibility options

What's bad

  • Expensive
  • No integrated speaker
  • Can not read a book and listen to an audiobook at the same time

Verdict

The Kindle Oasis (2017) might be expensive, but its large display, waterproofing, and performance make it a must-buy for those looking for a premium e-reading experience.

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Kobo Aura H2O (2017)

What's good  

  • IPX8 rating for full waterproofing for 60 minutes up to 2 meters
  • Large, sharp screen
  • Durable build
  • Blue-light filter to avoid disturbing sleep patterns

What's bad

  • Lackluster performance
  • Lack of selection in Kobo store
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Kobo Aura One

What's good  

  • Crisp screen
  • Good battery life
  • Ambient light sensing
  • Color temperature adjustments
  • IPX8 water resistance
  • Overdrive integration
  • Large display
  • Exceptional file support

What's bad

  • Price
  • Lack of hardware page buttons
  • No storage expansion
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Amazon Kindle (8th Gen)

What's good  

  • Light and thin
  • Rounded edges make it easier to hold
  • More RAM for faster responsiveness
  • Bluetooth connectivity for blind or visually impaired users

What's bad

  • No front lighting
  • Not enough changes from 2014 version to warrant an upgrade
  • No 3G connectivity