Toshiba delivers a slick and slim ultraportable that performs well for less than $500, but its ergonomics are too netbook-like.
A show-stopping Wi-Fi problem prevents us from recommending this otherwise-impressive multimedia powerhouse.
This large-screen eReader features an improved display and a lower price, but it still doesn't offer a robust enough experience for students.
Fashionistas will love this svelte netbook for its runway qualities, but short battery life will keep power users away.
More of the world’s in-ear headphones would be perfect if only they had better eartips. That’s the little rubber or foam bits that go in your ear and, if they’re a good set, keep them there even...
This app's well stocked eBook store, easy navigation, and plentiful customization options put it in the front of the pack.
Stanza is one of the few eBook apps to support a large number of formats, giving it an advantage over the competition.
If you don't mind its lack of customization, the Kindle app is a viable option for reading eBooks on your phone.