+3 Best E-Readers of 2015

In these days, a good-quality E-reader is available in a range of prices, so don’t hesitate to save up and buy one. The following are the best e-readers of 2015:

3 Best E-Book Readers in 2015

1. Kindle Paperwhite (2015)

Best E-Reader: Kindle Paperwhite 2015
Kindle Paperwhite
The highlights are:

  • 6″ High-Resolution Display (300 ppi)
  • 4 GB: holds thousands of books
  • Incorporated with Built-in Light so you can read day and night
  • New font (Bookerly) that allows faster reading with less eyestrain
  • Incorporated with Wi-Fi
  • No screen glare

Book Formats: .pdf, .mobi, .txt, .html

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The Kindle is from the company Amazon, so if you are already an Amazon customer and you are used to ordering paperback books from there, I highly recommend you stick with the Kindle. Amazon has one of the biggest e-book collection at really affordable prices.

2. Nook Glowlight

Best E-Reader: Nook Glowlight
Nook Glowlight
The highlights are:

  • 6″ Screen
  • GlowLight® illuminates the page more evenly
  • Incorporated with Wi-Fi
  • 4GB: Carry up to 2,000 books

Book Formats: .epub, .pdf

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The Nook is from the company Barnes & Noble. I buy all my paperback books from there and they also have a huge selection of ebooks on their site. It’s a great choice too.

3. Kobo Aura H2O

Best E-Reader: Kobo Aura H2O
Kobo Aura H2O
The highlights are:

  • 6″ Screen
  • Waterproof: Perfect for reading at the pool or beach.
  • Incorporated with Wi-Fi
  • 4GB storage

Book Formats: .epub, .pdf, .mobi

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The Kobo has its own e-book store which has almost the same amount of books than the other two companies, altough I’ve found that their prices are a bit higher than the previous two. Regardless, the Kobo brings new and fantastic characteristics such as being waterproof.


Last comments

I did a quick search on one of the new releases in YA Books and found the following:

  • Amazon: $10.99 for e-book
  • Barnes and Noble: $10.99 for e-book
  • Kobo: $12.99 for e-book

I hope this helps in your e-reader decision, but I still recommend checking out its respective e-book stores to see the prices and selection. Let me know which one is your favourite.

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