CNET's own Luke Westaway reveals why he loves his Kindle more than his headphones, his games console -- and even his smartphone.
Looking for an e-book reader? You have more choices than ever before--though the number of models we at CNET can enthusiastically recommend is actually pretty short.
Take a look at our roundup of the finest ebook readers on the market, across a range of prices.
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Wondering what to do with a cracked Nexus 7 Android tablet? CNET's Donald Bell shows you how to turn the damaged tablet into a dedicated e-book reader.
Looking to reward a new graduate with something cool, high-tech, and useful? Of course you are, and tablets and e-book readers fit that bill almost perfectly. Here's a compilation of the most appropriate for your needs.
The Cool-er e-book reader has some nice pluses and costs less than the Kindle, but it's not as big a bargain as we hoped it would be.
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IHS iSuppli says the e-book reader market is on an "alarmingly precipitous decline" -- likely down 36 percent this year and 27 percent next year -- as tablet sales soar.
The Kobo Glo e-reader features a 1,024x768-pixel-resolution 6-inch e-ink touch-screen display that Kobo says makes text and images appear crisper.
Amazon's most affordable Kindle lacks the touch-screen and self-illuminating screen found on step-up e-readers, but it costs a mere $69.
Apple's latest TV spots compare its 7-inch reader with its larger counterpart for reading books and viewing photos.