E-readers have come a long way since Amazon launched the company’s hugely popular Kindle reader back in 2007. Now there are more options out there than ever, with some models capable of up to 32GB of storage to hold audiobooks, magazines, comics, and more. But which one is right for you?
IPX8 Waterproof E-Readers Offers The Best Protection Yet
For those who enjoy reading at the beach or by the pool, or even in the bathtub—some readers now even come IPX8 rated, which is the highest level of waterproofing on the market. IPX8 protects against accidental immersion in up to two meters of water for up to 60 minutes.
Carta E Ink HD Technology Provides Razor-Sharp Resolution
E Ink Carta HD technology features a 1080 by 1440 resolution on a six inch screen with 300 ppi. Displays also now support Regal waveform technology, which reduces the need for page refreshes. In layman’s terms, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a crisper, clearer electronic paper.
Page-Turning Buttons And Comfortable Grips Make For An Overall Organic Reading Experience
The biggest complaint many people seem to have with E-readers is that they lack the physical feel of a paper book. And while that still may be a hurdle for some to get over, comfortable grips and page-turning buttons make the experience of using an e-reader as enjoyable and gratifying as possible.