Interested in a new eReader, check out this Comparison Report


If you’re looking to buy a new eReader our friends over at Gizmos for Geeks have put together a great report listing the pros and cons of the most popular eReaders currently on the market. Each reader is compared based on price, battery life, dimensions, supported formats and much more.

The most popular readers are:

  • Amazon Kindle
  • Barnes and Noble’s NOOK
  • Kobo eReader from Borders
  • Sony Reader Digital Book
  • Apple iPad

To download the free report head on over to Gizmo for Geeks.

If you already have and use an eReader please let us know in the comments which one and are you happy with it?

6 reviews or comments

fnart Says: February 8, 2011 at 2:33 pm

Not really free if we have to sign up for spam… :(

Jim Says: February 8, 2011 at 4:53 pm

This posting was not useful. Linked and found I needed to register/subscribe before seeing anything.

Jim Says: February 8, 2011 at 7:19 pm

I have been using an ereader since 2003. I started with a Cybook from Brookeen which I really liked since I could use it beside my bed without a night-light and it automatically turned off after not being used for 5-10 minutes. I would not buy an ereader unless it had a back-light so it could be read in the dark. I now use an iPad since I believe it is the only ereader available with this feature. If a backlight is a required feature for you too, I guess the iPad is our only option for now.

Melissa Says: February 9, 2011 at 10:24 am

I have a Sony Reader. I like it because it lets me easily checkout ebooks from my public library. The page numbers match the printed book page numbers. The battery life is great. It is small and fits in my purse. The iPad doesn’t have an eInk screen which is why I didn’t like it. The Kindle doesn’t let you get books from your public library which is why I didn’t like it.

Ray Says: February 9, 2011 at 5:52 pm

Well I registered and still cant access the report.

Khalid J Hosein Says: February 9, 2011 at 7:12 pm

Hi there – Khalid here from Gizmos for Geeks. If anyone registered and had trouble accessing the report, please drop us an e-mail (feedback at and we’ll fix that for you right away!

BTW, we hate spam as much as the next guy, and we do not send out a ton of email, and of course you’re free to unsubscribe any time you want (although of course you won’t know when the next update of the eReader report comes out! :-) ).


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