The best 12+ e-reader / e-books and electronic readers

8Basic Kindle

Amazon has just updated its basic Kindle and is the perfect electronic reader for anyone on a tight budget.

The best thing about electronic readers is that they are relatively cheap. Amazon's basic Kindle is an excellent offer less than $ 79.99. You may not have the most high-resolution screen or a backlight for additional lighting, but it's still a solid electronic reader.

The Kindle comes with black and white color options, and you can buy many different protective covers for it. Although the color white is good, we have found that black holds up better over time. You probably want to buy black to make sure it does not get dirty over time.

It is the lightest Kindle in the Amazon line, so it is very comfortable to hold while reading. The 6-inch screen is not as sharp or bright as Paperwhite's, so if you have $ 40 more to spend, we recommend that you upgrade to Paperwhite. However, the Kindle's basic screen is fine most of the time. The only problem I had was that you can not read in the dark with it, because there is no built-in light.

As we have said before, Amazon's e-book library is very large. The company even offers an unlimited Kindle subscription service of $ 9.99 per month, which allows you to read as many eBooks as you wish. Prime members also get a selection of free e-book titles per month, so you may not need a subscription (as long as you are flexible about what you are willing to read). Library books are also very easy to download once you have linked your library card to the Kindle.

The basic Kindle may not be the last electronic reader, but it's really a big deal for offer hunters.

Pros: it 's incredibly cheap, great Kindle e-book store, long-lasting battery and a good option for kids.

Cons: no built-in light and a lower resolution screen.


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9Onyx BOOX Max

I'm not sure it's appropriate for the Onyx BOOX Max to be on this list of ereaders. It uses e-ink, yes, and it reads electronic books, but it's so ... out of reach.

With 13.3 inches, which is much larger than a MacBook Air, the Max stands out easily among a large number of electronic ink readers in the market. It is of this size to fulfill a purpose: to read scientific articles and other academic materials in PDF.

If you have ever tried to read a PDF file on a Kindle or any other 6 "screen device, you will agree with me on this: it sucks, you can not really adjust the font size, and even when the page is close, It does not fit on the screen The reading experience is most of the time so poor that it makes more sense to opt for the physical book.

The small ereaders are great and portable, and they're great for reading other formats, but they're just not designed for PDF.

Therefore, if you are a student with many heavy textbooks, or a professional who has to work on tons of large PDF technical books, you will definitely get a kick with this Onyx BOOX Max.It shows PDF files perfectly: crisp, clear, of the right size, almost the same as real A4 paper.No necessary zoom.

The only thing on the screen is that it is backlit. This means that the light comes from the back of the screen to the eyes, unlike the front light readers, where light is reflected in a softer glow. Possibly it causes more tension in the eyes than a Kindle, but, on the other hand, it provides a more uniform light on the screen.


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10Apple iPad Mini 4

Apple iPad mini 4, as the name implies, is the latest and most compact edition of Apple's iPad mini series.

As a result, the tablet comes with a very compact form factor and weighs just about 10 ounces. The device has a 7.9-inch Retina display that is designed to perfection in terms of providing excellent viewing angles.

The screen resolution of the tablet is 2048 × 1536 pixels. Under the hood, the device is powered by a dual-core A8 chip with quad-core graphics paired with 2 GB of RAM and massive onboard storage of 16 GB / 64 GB / 128 GB.

On the front, the device comes with an 8 MP iSight camera to capture the moments clearly.The iPad charges from 0 to 100% in less than 2 hours and can offer more than 10 hours of continuous use. The form factor, the weight, the screen is beautiful.


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11Lenovo Yoga Book 10.1 "

Lenovo Yoga Book is the thinnest and lightest tablet in the world weighing less than 2 lbs.Although the device is light in terms of its weight, it is a powerful and fully charged tablet when it comes to features and specifications.

The device has a beautiful 10.1-inch Full HD screen with a resolution of 1920 × 1200 pixels.The tablet works with an Intel Atom 2.4 GHz processor paired with a large amount of 4 GB of RAM.

It comes with an internal memory of 64 GB, which is quite enough for almost all users. The key aspects to consider this 2-in-1 tablet as an efficient reading device are due to its easy-to-carry form factor, the ease of taking notes, drawing and highlighting texts using your Halo keyboard, and more. The device runs on Android 6. 0 out of the box and is expected to receive the Android 7 update soon.

All in all, this Lenovo device is for those who seek versatility and productivity on a daily basis, without compromising performance.


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12Samsung Galaxy Tab A7

The Samsung Galaxy Tab A is a light, portable and economical tablet. The device comes with a brilliant 7-inch HD screen with a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels.

The device under the hood is reinforced by a 1.3GHz mobile processor paired with 1.5GB of DDR3 RAM. As for storage, you get an internal memory of 8 GB, which can be expanded with a slot for microSD cards, reinforced with all these decent specifications along with a price tag of less than $ 150 makes it a worthy competitor in the segment .

The device is lightweight as mentioned above and comes with the Google PlayStore and exclusive Samsung content to browse and download. The device also comes with an exceptionally good backup battery, which lasts more than 10 hours on a single charge.


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