Popular eReaders Articles for 2010
Business users and consumers who want a well-built tablet PC have a few options on the market right now, including models from HP, Lenovo and Dell, among other manufacturers. HP[...]
The LifeBook T4410 is one of the latest Windows 7 equipped tablets from Fujitsu. Offering a Wacom-enabled 12.1" display with multitouch this model is aimed to compete with the Dell[...]
The new Amazon Kindle is lighter and thinner than the previous generation eReader. It also offers faster page turns and improved screen contrast. Are the upgrades enough for hardcover lovers[...]
Could the potential "iPad killers" be close to release? Asus today announced pricing and release details on the highly anticipated Eee Pad tablets the company first unveiled at Computex Taipei.
The Sony Reader Touch Edition is an electronic reading device with a six-inch eInk Pearl screen, 2GB of onboard memory, and dual SD and Memory Stick Duo expansion slots. Does[...]
The NOOKcolor is the latest eReading device from Barnes & Noble. It features a 7-inch full color LCD touchscreen. Looking at the NOOKcolor specs, it has more in common with[...]
The Kindle DX is larger and more expensive than the Kindle eReader. But its sizeable display makes it better suited than smaller eReaders for magazine and newspaper content, as well[...]
The iPad has more than just iBooks available for the eBook audience, but which ereader app has the right feature set for your? We break it down in this Buyer's[...]
Not all tablets and eReaders are fit for the classroom. Academics demand specific device specs, including screens large enough to properly display eTextbooks, note taking functionality and enough power to[...]
Who has time for turkey when Black Friday is almost here? While the team at TabletPCReview may carve out a few hours for feasting with the family and watching football,[...]
Barnes & Noble has unveiled the Nook Color, its latest-generation eReader featuring a seven-inch color touchscreen, nearly one year to the date it unveiled the original Nook eReader.
The PDA market is dead, murdered by the smartphone. With the Eee Note, it seems Asus is betting that it can reemerge somewhere in the cracks between the eReader and[...]
Fujitsu unveiled their new LifeBook TH700 Tablet PC, an entry-level device sporting a 12.1-inch LED display, dual digitizers and running Windows 7 Home Premium.
Sharper Image claimed its Literati eReader would "strike a blow against the technology elite in favor of booklovers." Armed with Wi-Fi, Kobo books support, and a 7-inch color LCD screen,[...]
Rumors are swirling that HP is readying a tablet/eReader device called the Zeen, outfitted with Android 2.1 plus the ability to print out eBooks on HP printers. Some of what's[...]
As the world awaits the first Android tablet computer that can truly compete with the Apple iPad, enTourage has an innovative device that can best be described as an Android[...]
Amazon had finally released Kindle firmware update 2.5 to all Kindle eBook reader owners, having previously made it available for download to international users.
Borders is adding to its hodgepodge of eReading devices, this time adding the Velocity Micro Cruz Reader and Micro Cruz Tablet unveiled last July.
Pandigital is now giving its beleaguered Android OS-based Novel tablet eReader a second try with the announcement of a new version, this time outfitted in a black chassis and Barnes[...]
Borders may be late to the eBook market, but it is a major force in the book biz. Unlike Barnes & Noble and Amazon, Borders has no dedicated hardware. Instead,[...]