by james | 6:23 am

Need a quick overview of some of the EReaders that are out there? Look now further. This easy to use table will give to a breakdown of what’s hot and what’s not in the world of EReaders. Enjoy!


Features


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Special Features

Display

Wifi

3G

Colour

Size

Weight

Review

Amazon Kindle Paerwhite Wifi

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Parental Controls

Xray Feature

About The Author

300 PPI

Black/White

6.7" x 4.6" x 0.36"

205g

Amazon Kindle Paperwhite  3G

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Parental Controls

Xray Feature

About The Author

300 PPI

Black/White

6.7" x 4.6" x 0.36"

217g

Kobo Aura H2O

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Waterproof

Dustproof

Reading Customization

Adobe Editions 

265 PPI

Black

7.04” X 5.07” X 0.38”

233g

Amazon Kindle Oasis wifi

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Ultra Light

Charging Case

Parental Controls

Xray Feature

About The Author

300 PPI

Black

5.5” X 4.80” X 0.13”

131g

Amazon Kindle Oasis 3g

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Ultra Light

Charging Case

Parental Controls

Xray Feature

About The Author

300 PPI

Black

5.5” X 4.80” X 0.13”

133g

Amazon Kindle 

Voyage 

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Pressure Sensitive Page Turning


Parental Controls


Lightweight

300 PPI

Black

6.38" X 4.53" X 0.3"

180g

Kobo Aura 

One 

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Large display


Waterproof


Natural Light Feature


Library Rental

300 PPI

Black

7.69" X 5.46" X 0.28"

230g

Comments

CANDICE

Good informational chart. Looks like you did all the research for the consumer to help them finalize their purchasing decision. I bought the Kindle Fire years ago for my husband and he enjoyed it. Do you have a personal favorite?

Dec 03.2017 | 03:43 pm

    james

    Hi Candice,
    You’re welcome and glad you found it useful. Sometimes you just need a good table to clear through all the clutter. Have to save I have I have a couple of personal faves. First being the Kindle Paperwhite as a good all-rounder. Closely followed by the Kobo Aura One as it’s massive and like the fact they’ve done something different. Let me know if you need anymore info

    Cheers
    James

    Dec 04.2017 | 05:35 am

Craig

Very nice comparison chart should help someone make the decision on which one to buy. I have the paperwhite wifi and love it. I want the oasis now haha

Jan 12.2018 | 05:37 am

    james

    HI Craig,
    Thanks very much for the feedback, really appreciate it! It’s always the tricky challenge once you’ve gotten an EReader, you always want the next big thing!

    Let me know if you need any further help
    Cheers
    James

    Feb 17.2018 | 10:38 pm

Evan Kurtz

Great chart, but I have a question. In your opinion, what is the best e-reader around for a kid. So, basically which one could handle being dropped 5 feet the best without being completly destroyed. Also, on the chart it says 3G and I’m not sure what that means. Thanks!

Jan 12.2018 | 05:40 am

    james

    Hi Evan,

    Thanks very much for your feedback. In terms of best EReader for Kids it’s more about the protective cases / screens you buy as opposed to the device itself. I normally recommend cases where it is always attached to the device and has a closing cover. That way, even when dropped, it it’s far less likely for the screen to get damaged. There are also screen protectors that you can apply to the screen directly which act like re-enforced glass which are pretty hardy to. In terms of your second question. 3G here means the EReader can connect to a mobile phone network in order to download books and browse the web without the need for a WiFi connection.

    Cheers

    James

    Jan 12.2018 | 11:11 pm

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