Looking to buy a new eReader? There were a number of new releases that came out in 2022, and some really great models that came out in late 2021. If you want to beat the winter doldrums, there’s nothing like reading a good ebook, sitting by by the fireplace or sipping a cup of hot chocolate. Good e-Reqder would like to present our selection of the best eReaders you can buy right now for 2022.
5. Pocketbook Basic Lux 3 – The Pocketbook Basic Lux 3 e-reader is barebones. It doesn’t have a touchscreen or note-taking functionality. It has a D-Pad and manual page-turning buttons to control the whole browsing and browsing experience, but it’s very robust at this task. The main selling points are the $99 price, which makes it very affordable, it also has a dual-core processor and an SD card. Why buy this device? There are plenty of people who grew up with game consoles and phones that didn’t have touchscreens and relied entirely on buttons. It takes us back to the days of the Game Boy or the Sega Game Gear and most of the early phones from Blackberry or Nokia. They’ll feel right at home with the Basic Lux 3, while kids who grew up with full tablets and smartphones might not be the target market. It sells for $99.99.
4. Bigme Carve Color – Bigme is an emerging brand from China and all of their latest generation e-readers and eNotebooks are in English, making them extremely relevant to an international audience. The Bigme Carve Color is a new device that has just been released and has some major selling points. It runs the latest generation of E INK Kaleido Plus e-paper, has a large 10.3-inch screen, and runs Android 11. It’s a dedicated e-note, so you can draw in color and read files. Color PDF. It sells for $999.99.
3. Onyx Boox Poke 3 Special Edition – Onyx Boox has just released the special edition Poke 3 eReader. It has a whole new color scheme, instead of being all black like the original Poke 3, this model is white, front and back. ‘back. There is a small band of piano black color along the bezel. Onyx also designed a totally unique case to protect it. It is snow white and has some snowflake images on the back, the case comes free with the purchase of the player. It has a six-inch screen, Android 10 and Google Play. A very good dedicated reader that sells for $209.99.
2. Sage Kobo – Introducing Kobo Sage, one of the most successful eReaders of all time. Designed to inspire you with every read, Kobo Sage offers all the features Kobo has to offer in a sleek package, plus Bluetooth wireless technology so you can listen to Kobo audiobooks. The luxurious 8″ HD flush E Ink Carta 1200 touchscreen offers superior performance and contrast depth, without glare. And with compatibility with Kobo Stylus, you can take your favorite reading deeper by capturing ideas on the go and saving them to other devices with Dropbox support. Enjoy the peace of mind that comes with having all the features at your fingertips and knowing you’ll have one of the best and most immersive reading experiences. It retails for $259.99, the power box and stylus are extra.
1. Amazon Kindle Paperwhite 11th Generation – Amazon Kindle is the most popular e-reader brand in the world, everyone has heard of it, even if they have never seen it in person before. The 11th Gen Kindle Paperwhite 5 is available now and there are some major selling points. It uses an all-new E INK Carta 1200 display, which has increased page turning speed by over 20% and overall browsing performance is 50% faster than the previous generation. The large 6.8 screen offers a large screen area for more text and really beautiful manga. Amazon has also introduced a new page rotation animation system, which seamlessly blends text. It also has a front lighting and color temperature system. the the base 8GB model sells for $139.99 and the Signature Edition has 32GB, an ambient light sensor, and fast charging. This model retails for $189.99.
Michael Kozlowski has been writing about audiobooks and e-readers for twelve years. His articles have been picked up by major and local news sources and websites such as CBC, CNET, Engadget, Huffington Post and The New York Times. He lives in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.