Amazon has released its latest version of the Kindle Oasis, the Oasis3 (OA3). This is the “2019” evolution of the brand’s iconic high-end e-reader. What are the differences with the Oasis version 2? Is it interesting to upgrade? We will try to see it more clearly…Read More »Kindle Oasis 3 (2019): our opinion!
The Onyx Boox Max 3 e-reader has just been released. Contrary to many Chinese e-readers on Android’s older versions, this one runs on Android 9.0. With its 13.3-inch screen, it promises to be very versatile, especially for those who want to read A4 documents or use it to take notes with the stylus. Do they deliver on their promises? Our opinion on the question…Read More »Boox Max 3 – 13.3 Inch Android eReader.
PocketBook has just announced the launch of the Inkpad X (or InkpadX). The e-reader will be available in November and offers a 10-inch screen for a featherweight. What do you think about it?Read More »PocketBook/Vivlio Inkpad X – 10.3 inches, 300g!
PocketBook has announced a new model, successor to the iconic PocketBook Inkpad 3. We really liked the Inkpad 3, with its good quality/versatility/price relation. What about the Inkpad 3 Pro? Marketing proposal or real improvement?Read More »PocketBook / Vivlio Inkpad 3 Pro
When looking for an e-book reader to read PDF documents, whether it be scientific / academic articles, scanned books, or anything else, it’s important to understand that not all e-book readers have the same PDF-reading capabilities. Some come with a minimal PDF reader, while others are really good at PDF reading.
Given this, which is currently the best e-book reader for those wanting to read PDF? Below we will look at the different criteria to consider when researching the best possible e-reader, before comparing how the most popular e-readers handle PDF files. We’ll finish up with the best models currently available on the market, taking into consideration the better “e-Ink tablets” allowing to read a PDF, but also to annotate it with a stylus, and to take written notes.Read More »Best e-book reader / e-Ink tablet for PDF reading in 2020?
The Onyx Boox Nova Pro should be released in April 2019. This is a promising option with a 7.8-inch Carta e-ink screen and the option of writing on it with a stylus. This e-reader could become a strong competitor for the Inkpad 3 and the Kobo Aura One, specifically for users that wish to read PDF documents!Read More »Onyx Boox Nova Pro
The Boox Note Pro should be released soon. The big sister of the Onyx Boox Nova pro, this e-reader has a large, 10.3-inch screen and an Android 6 operating system. the option of writing on PDF documents with a stylus makes this a great option for reading PDFs.
With its Carta screen, lighting system that allows you to adjust the warmth and the “front light”, this e-reader seems to have great potential.Read More »Boox Note Pro – 10.3″ Android e-reader
With the Kindle Oasis, Amazon got rid of the 6-inch format of its iconic e-reader, the Kindle Paperwhite. However, this e-reader has a much higher price: is this price justified when compared to its competition? We’re going to try to find out…Read More »Kindle Oasis: Top quality from Amazon…
PocketBook recently released a new e-reader, the PocketBook 740, or Inkpad 3, which follows the Inkpad 1 and 2. Will this be THE multipurpose e-reader with its 7.8-inch Carta screen?Read More »PocketBook 740 / TEA Inkpad 3. Quality e-reader with a 7.8-inch Carta screen.
We’ve already written an article about how to install Koreader on Kobo e-readers with KSM, but this program forces you to restart the e-reader to switch between the two programs, which isn’t very practical, and some e-readers aren’t, or are barely, compatible with KSM.
The solution that we’re going with relies on Kute File Monitor, aka KFMon.
The advantage of this process is that it’s easy to install Koreader, and that you can switch between Koreader and Nickel (Kobo’s default system) with the simple push of a button on Nickle’s home screen (which will look like the cover of a book).Read More »How to install Koreader on a Kobo e-reader (with KFMon/Kute File Monitor)