What is the best e-book reader for pc

The best e-book readers

May 15, 2021 Kindle, Tolino or Pocketbook: Who makes the best eBook reader? COMPUTER BILD has the answer: With one click on the product name, you can call up tests, current prices, technical data and additional images of the product.

  • Backlight with SmartLight
  • Integrated audio function
  • processes almost all eBook formats
  • no customer account requirement
  • very good text reproduction thanks to eInk Carta
  • E-lending possible via browser
  • Color display
  • Easy to use
  • Lots of extras
  • Reacts a little sluggishly every now and then
  • Expensive
  • Easy handling
  • Top processing
  • Cheap price
  • No SmartLight
  • Compulsory account
  • Only a few formats can be read
  • very good workmanship
  • water protected
  • Audible hearing function
  • no smartlight
  • Registration requirement
  • HD screen
  • Very good brightness distribution
  • Registration requirement
  • Handles only a few eBook formats
  • large display
  • SmartLight
  • processes all common eBook formats
  • Built-in MP3 player
  • Distribution of brightness is only satisfactory
  • Screen not particularly scratch-resistant
  • HD display
  • Water protection
  • Very good workmanship
  • Software a bit sluggish sometimes
  • Little memory
  • Good workmanship
  • Smartlight
  • Many formats readable
  • Software a little slow sometimes
  • Format omnivore
  • Easy to handle
  • Too little brightness distribution
  • Solid workmanship
  • Integrated background light
  • Slightly low display resolution
  • Very decent background light
  • Easy handling
  • Relatively small data storage
  • Cheap
  • Evenly glowing background light
  • Key operation sometimes fiddly
  • Backlight with SmartLight
  • Integrated audio function
  • processes almost all eBook formats
  • no customer account requirement
  • very good text reproduction thanks to eInk Carta
  • E-lending possible via browser
  • Color display
  • Easy to use
  • Lots of extras
  • Reacts a little sluggishly every now and then
  • Expensive
  • Easy handling
  • Top processing
  • Cheap price
  • No SmartLight
  • Compulsory account
  • Only a few formats can be read