The Kobo H2O 2nd edition is very different from its ancestor, the Kobo H2O 1st edition. This new version is thinner, offers an adaptive backlighting system (a “natural light” option that uses yellow light rather than blue light) and uses new materials, which all set it apart from the previous model… But what is it worth? Our test, our opinion.Read More »Kobo H2O2 (Aura H2O version 2): Compact & multipurpose
The Kobo Aura One seems to have everything it takes to be the best e-reader of 2017: a large, 7.8-inch Carta e-Ink screen with a 1872×1404, 300 dpi resolution. It’s “natural light” mode allows you to limit your exposure to the harmful effects of blue lights from LEDs. So, just how good is it?Read More »Kobo Aura One – our review.
The Kindle Paperwhite is Amazon’s main e-reader. The Paperwhite is neither the top of the line (which is the Oasis), nor the bottom (without backlighting) like the Kindle touch.
With a 6-inch Carta e-Ink screen, the Paperwhite is an excellent mid-tier e-reader, which allows you to comfortably read day or night thanks to its integrated lighting.Read More »Kindle paperwhite – test & review: A good price/quality ratio!
Kobo has released a new e-reader, the Kobo Clara HD. What is it worth? That is what we’re going to find out…Read More »Kobo Clara HD – Well priced, high-quality, 6-inch e-reader.
The TEA / PocketBook Touch HD 2 is a 6-inch e-reader with a Carta e-ink screen and an adaptable lighting that allows you to read comfortably day or night. With the ability to read all file types and easy installation of outside programs, PocketBook e-readers have great versatility. What is the Touch HD 2 worth? We’ll tell you everything…Read More »PocketBook Touch HD