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.
The newest refresh to the Kindle line is sleeker and slimmer with a better screen and more wireless options.
What should you expect from a $199 color screen eReader? More than this.
This budget eReader is easy to use, but its features don't match the price.
This large-screen eReader features an improved display and a lower price, but it still doesn't offer a robust enough experience for students.
Stanza is one of the few eBook apps to support a large number of formats, giving it an advantage over the competition.
An ergonomic design and accelerometer make this compact eReader stand out, but its functionality is limited for the price.
Spring Design has created the best dual-screen Android eReader to date, but we wish it cost less.