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- Interead (1 reviews)
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- Trekstor (1 reviews)
- Viewsonic (1 reviews)
The Hanvon WISEreader N516 is a sturdily built 5in e-book reader that comes with its own carry case.
£173 inc VAT
The ViewSonic VEB620 is an ebook reader with 6in black-and-white e-paper screen and 2GB of onboard flash storage.
£199 inc VAT
Critical design changes make the Amazon Kindle 2 more appealing than the preceding model - but while Amazon has succeeded in enhancing its e-book reader, it has done…
£180 inc VAT
The third-generation Amazon Kindle is unlike any other e-book reader we've handled before. We get to grips with a slimmer, nippier Kindle.
£109 inc VAT
The Sony Reader Wi-Fi PRS-T1 is a slim and stylish e-reader whose unusual design sets it apart from the pack.
£130 inc VAT
The TrekStor Pyrus is a 6in ebook reader that joins the likes of the Amazon Kindle and Kobo Touch.
£69 inc VAT
This Kindle offers Wi-Fi connectivity (there’s also a 3G model with keyboard that costs £149), mainly so you can browse to the book store. Amazon cites a repository…
£89 inc VAT
This 7-inch Android tablet is optimised for Kobo e-books, but it’s versatile. Read our Kobo Arc review top find out more.
£159 inc VAT
The Sony PRC-600 Reader aims to take on e-book readers such as the Amazon Kindle with its own touchscreen technology. And at first glance, the Sony's excellent build…
£249 inc VAT
Interead's COOL-ER Reader is an interesting e-book reader device that's stylish and practical and offers a wide range of support for both open and DRM (digital rights…
£189 inc VAT
Sony's first wireless eBook reader, the Sony Reader Daily Edition offers first-rate newspaper support.
£265 inc VAT
The BeBook is an electronic book (ebook) using an electrophoretic display from Dutch company Endless Ideas BV.
£229 inc VAT
Part e-book reader, part low-spec tablet-style netbook, the Entourage Edge first appeared at CES in January. But can the Entourage Edge live up to the hype? Read our…
£532 inc VAT
Kobo's latest addition to the e-reader market, the Kobo eReader Touch Edition, offers a simple touch interface at a reasonable price - REVISED 16 MARCH 2012
£99 inc VAT
Sony’s latest Reader, the PRS-T2, continues where its predecessor - the PRS-T1 left off - combining the same slim design with faster, performance and more functionality.
£120 inc VAT
Given its compatibility with Android apps, the Kobo Vox makes for a solid alternative to the Kindle Fire or the Nook Tablet.
£169 inc VAT
The Archos 7od eReader is an inexpensive 7in ebook reader with a decent feature set and solid battery life. So why aren't we recommending everyone rush out and buy…
£59 inc VAT
The Amazon Kindle Fire may appeal to those who buy e-books, videos, and music at Amazon. But it's no iPad killer. Read our in-depth Amazon Kindle Fire review.
£126 inc VAT
The updated Amazon Kindle DX is a 9.7-inch E-Ink e-reader with two core improvements that promise to bolster readability.
£379 inc VAT
The Kindle Fire is the cheapest of Amazon's two tablets, the other being the Fire HD. But which is best? Read our Kindle Fire vs Kindle Fire HD comparison review
£126 inc VAT