Read our review of the Sony Reader Wi-Fi (PRS-T1RC). Handwriting input with a stylus and a slick interface can't save the Sony Reader Wi-Fi from its myriad shortcomings.
Read our review of the Amazon Kindle Keyboard 3G. It gets better with new features, such as eBook lending and interface enhancements.
The $79 eReader offers plenty of value, even if it has ads and lacks touch.
The first eReader integrated with Google's eBookstore sports a high-definition display but falls short on ergonomics.
Kobo steps up its game with a lightweight eReader that sports a touchscreen, but it's not as good as the latest Nook.
Content, Shopping, Battery, & Verdict on Barnes & Noble Nook Touch
This pocketable eReader now sports a touchscreen and improved performance, but will the price drive customers away?
A software update brings improved performance and more features to Barnes & Noble's dual-screen eReader.
Although Sony's latest touch-enabled reader is much improved, its high price will give some pause.
This cheap color eReader may tempt shoppers, but it's not in the same league as the Kindle and Nook.