Battery life is ridiculous all around
Charging times are relatively quick
The Kindle Keyboard is the largest, and the standard Kindle is the smallest
6" displays are all the rage, with the Paperwhite and Kobo having the highest resolution
How do the best eReaders from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Kobo stack up?
See the Intangibles section for an explanation
The standard Kindle is a great deal at US$69
These numbers would be low on a tablet, but they should be plenty high for readers
All of these readers are light, but the standard Kindle wins the prize
Frequent travelers may want to invest in a model with 3G data
Five years after the release of the first Kindle, eReaders are still going strong. Despite the threat from tablets, many customers still love e-ink screens. If you're wanting to get in on the fun, the choices can be overwhelming. Let us help – with our 2012 eReader Comparison Guide.
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