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The Cheapest Kindle Just Got Better

Amazon has just announced some nice improvements to the cheapest Kindle. The price is still crazy good at £60, and the battery still lasts for weeks. (It also still has a middling 167 ppi display.) But it’s also thinner, lighter, and now comes in black and white. Read More >>

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Which Kindle Should You Buy?

Kindle’s latest eReader is out and it’s a damn fine product—the best eReader ever made even. It’s also the most expensive eReader currently available. So if the idea of spending £270 on a portable library makes you shudder than it’s time to consider the other guys. Read More >>

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The Amazon Oasis is the Best eReader Ever Made

The Amazon Oasis is practically perfect in every way. It doesn’t forge relationships between bratty kids and their errant fathers or wax bannisters with its bum, but as e-readers go, it leaves you satisfied. It’s light, easy to read, has wonderful ergonomics and incredible battery life. Read More >>

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Leak of New Amazon E-Reader Suggests It’s Flipping Cool

E-readers get a bad rap—probably because there are a lot of illiterate arseholes out there who hate reading. For the rest of us totally wicked people e-readers are amazing and Amazon’s rumoured announcement of a new e-reader is a cause to celebrate. Read More >>

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How to Save Websites On Your Kindle to Catch Up on Reading

As entertaining as the internet can be, who has time to read all of it? Even employing the services of a read-it-later app such as Instapaper or Pocket can make catching up on articles difficult. What you need is a dedicated reading device, free from social media pings, email alerts, and other distractions — and that’s where Amazon’s Kindle comes in. Read More >>

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My First Kindle: I Finally Stopped Multitasking and Got Lost in a Novel

Still don't have an eReader? I can respect that. Physical books just feel better. Print is sacred. I'm with you — or at least I was, until our reviews editor thrust a Kindle in my hand and made me use it. Read More >>

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The Best Device for Reading is Still the Phone in Your Pocket

For long-time book lovers, reading on an electronic device can be disorienting experience. The most obvious choice for those going down the e-book path is a device like the Kindle, completely and utterly dedicated to emulating the traditional experience of reading. I've been seduced by the promise of an e-reader many-a-time, but I always find myself reaching for that device never not at my side—my smartphone. Read More >>

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Just How Much Better is Amazon’s Kindle Voyage Screen?

Amazon's £169 Kindle Voyage is as good as an e-reader gets. We already told you that. But just how good is that new glass screen compared to the Paperwhite's plastic panel? You may (or may not!) be surprised at the difference. Read More >>

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Kobo Aura HD Review: A Beautiful Reader Screen Trapped in an Ugly Body

Everyone loves a pretty screen. The Kobo Aura HD is aiming to lead that charge in the ereader space. Armed with a best-in-class screen and an unusually powerful processor under the hood, the Aura HD tries its best to be a real luxury reader. It doesn't quite make it. Read More >>

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Would More “HD” Make You Buy an E-Reader?

For those of you who can no longer deal with standard definition e-ink displays, Kobo finally has the answer. The Canadian e-reader manufacturer has unleashed the Aura HD e-reader with a eye-bleedingly 265 dpi-crisp display. That's 20 per cent denser than Amazon's Kindle Paperwhite, but does anyone really care? Read More >>

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An Amazon Kindle For Just £60 Is Your Books-Evolved Deal of the Day

It's time to decide which side you're on in the e-reading debate. Are you the sort that mewls about technology, whining on about how 'you don't get the smell or the feel of a real, actual book with those computer thingies'? Yeah, or the germs. Read More >>