eReader Screen Size Comparison

E Ink eBook Reader Screen Sizes Compared (Video)

Despite the fact that all current Kindles have 6-inch screens only, there are a variety of sizes available when it comes to other ereaders with E Ink displays. So I thought it would be interesting to put together a quick video showing ereaders with different size E Ink screens to see how they compare to […]

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Kindle eBook Updates

Here’s How to Update Your Purchased Kindle eBooks to the Latest Version

The other day I was using the Manage Your Content and Devices page at Amazon and I saw something that I hadn’t noticed before. On the list of your purchased ebooks they have a button that shows up in the far right column when there’s a newer version of an ebook available. Just click the […]

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Sony DPT-RP1 vs reMarkable

Sony DPT-RP1 vs reMarkable Comparison Review (Video)

The Sony DPT-RP1 and the reMarkable paper tablet are two new E Ink ereaders with a similar set of features. Both have large E Ink displays and come with a stylus pen for writing on the screen, and both are marketed as paper replacement devices. They double as ereaders and digital notepads, unlike other ebook […]

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remarkable tablet

ReMarkable Paper Tablet Review and Video Walkthrough

Review Date: September 2017 – Review unit provided by reMarkable Overview The reMarkable paper tablet is a 10.3-inch E Ink ereader and digital notepad developed by a startup company based in Norway. It’s designed to be a paper replacement type of device, with advanced sketching and note-taking abilities. For reading, it supports PDF and ePub […]

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Kindle Voyage Sale

How to Change Default Language on Kindles

Kindle ebook readers are sold all over the world and they support a number of languages for the menus, keyboards and dictionaries. Here’s the list of languages that Kindles support: English (U.S. and UK) German French (France, Canada) Italian Spanish (Spain, Mexico, Argentina, Chile, Colombia) Portuguese (Brazil) Japanese Chinese (Simplified) Russian Dutch You can change […]

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Why Are Audiobooks and eBooks Treated Differently?

With Kobo launching their audiobook subscription plan last week, where customers can get one audiobook per month for $9.99, it has me thinking about how ebooks and audiobooks are treated differently. Why is it that big publishers are fine with audiobook subscription plans but they continue to resist ebook subscriptions for the same exact titles? […]

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Are Kobo’s Audiobooks Too Overpriced?

Last week Kobo started selling audiobooks on their website alongside ebooks. They also introduced an audiobook subscription plan that costs $9.99 per month in the US and $12.99 in Canada. Basically you get one audiobook per month with the current subscription, and they plan on adding more options in the future. Kobo’s audiobooks can be […]

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Born of Water

10 Free Kindle eBooks – September 11th, 2017

Here’s a list of 10 free Kindle ebooks to start off the week. Also, as mentioned yesterday, Fire tablets are on sale for Amazon Prime members this week and Kindles are on sale until the 14th for Prime Student members. Please note that the free Kindle books listed below are free as of September 11th, […]

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