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Amazon Kindle Oasis (2017) vs Kindle Voyage vs Kindle Paperwhite: What’s the difference?

Amazon announced the first Kindle in 2007 and since then we have seen eight generations go by. The most recently announced is the new Kindle Oasis and it heads the current line-up of the

Kindle Oasis 2 (2017) hands-on review

Key Features Review Price: £229 7-inch screen 300ppi resolution 3.4mm thick 6-week battery life Rapid charging IPX8 12 LED light Audible integration Bluetooth 8/32GB storage

reMarkable Tablet Review

The Pros Natural writing and drawing; Lightweight design; Textures shift with utensil; Cloud-sync and LiveView; Drawing editing tools for power users The Cons Pricey; A

Best Tech for Travel

They say “it’s not about the journey; it’s about the destination.” But that doesn’t mean the trip can’t be enjoyable. From portable power chargers to

Convert Technologies Plato Class A review

What is Convert Technology’s Plato Class A? Answer: it’s a wonderfully versatile single box solution for those that want to play music (and, to a

Amazon Kindle vs Paperwhite vs Voyage vs Oasis

It’s hard to believe that first Amazon Kindle was announced a decade ago in 2007, but here we are 10 years later and the e-tailer’s

Midia InkBook 8 review: This could have been a versatile e-reader had it not been built on such low-end hardware

Ventures off the beaten path sometimes lead to the discovery of a gem, but not this time. With its low display resolution, sluggish performance, and

Waterfi Waterproofed Kindle Paperwhite review: A great e-reader that’s completely protected from water damage

If you need a waterproof e-reader, the Kobo Aura H2O is a better value; but if you’re locked into Amazon’s Kindle ecosystem, Waterfi’s offerings are

Hands on: Kobo Aura H2O (2017) review

OUR EARLY VERDICT Kobo’s latest ereader doesn’t offer much we haven’t seen before, but it’s in a smaller and cheaper package than the Kobo Aura

Kobo Aura H2O review : This e-reader is pool and bathtub-ready

If you do a lot of your reading poolside, on a boat, in the bath, or in the desert, the Kobo Aura H2O’s IP67 rating

ASUS Zenfone 3 Laser Review

Pros: * Good build and design * Good performance * Good camera * Above average battery life * Low price Cons: * Plenty of pre-installed

Moto Z Play Review : A Very Long-Lasting Phablet

THE GOOD Excellent battery life Magnetic Mods add extra features Vibrant, colorful screen THE BAD Large Poor placement of fingerprint sensor, power button Outperformed by

Sphero SPRK+ review

PROS Robust scratch-proof, waterproof design Easy to set up and program Excellent coding app Scales nicely from novice stuff to expert Great fun CONS Can’t

ASUS ZenFone Go (ZC500TG) quick review – low price and many ASUS features

Pros 5-inch HD IPS display with useful image settings Feature-rich UI with many pre-installed apps 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage + microSD slot 8MP camera with

Kobo Aura One E-Reader Review

THE GOOD Excellent ambient-light sensors Waterproof design Larger display than Kindles Grippy back THE BAD Not the best book selection Laggy keyboard VERDICT The Kobo

Acer Aspire F15 Review

The Pros Attractive, premium-looking chassis; Good performance; Solid battery life; Fast transfer speeds The Cons Dull, dim display; Spongy keyboard Verdict The Acer Aspire F15

Ebook Readers : The 5 Best Models You Can Buy

Whether you’re an avid mystery reader, a classic lit addict, or a voracious consumer of fantasy novels, reading books online is a great option, and an

Acer Aspire S 13 Review

The Pros Slim and handsome design; Colorful, full-HD display; Comfortable keyboard; Long battery life; Strong overall performance The Cons Touchpad can be finicky; Some bloatware

Samsung Galaxy S7 User Guide

Galaxy S7 Features to Enable and Disable Whether you’re upgrading your old Galaxy phone or you want to leave your iPhone behind, Samsung’sGalaxy S7 and

12 Amazon Kindle tips, tricks, and secret features

With the Kindle, Amazon has changed how we all read, and the new Amazon Kindle Oasis is mixing things up again. Gone are the days

Amazon Kindle Oasis review : First class reader, first class price

For Light weight design, fast page turns, great battery cover, lovely even lighting, premium feel Against Price, no adaptive front light The Amazon Kindle has

Amazon Kindle Oasis preview : Supersonic rethinking of the ebook reader

The Amazon Kindle has been somewhat predictable over the past few years, making itself incrementally better, stoically doing what it does best year-on-year, staying true

Amazon Kindle review (7th generation) : the £59/$89 touchscreen eReader is now available in white

AMAZON KINDLE REVIEW 7TH GENERATION 2015 Once upon a time, Amazon’s Kindle eReader with a touchscreen would set you back £109/$164. But the 7th generation

Amazon Kindle Paperwhite Review

  Amazon’s Kindle Fire has been the star of the show as late, but we can’t forget they have a huge hand in the eReader

Kindle Voyage Review: Ereader Royalty

  The ebook didn’t kill the paperback, and Amazon is counting on the fact that not only hasn’t the tablet killed the ereader, but that