A selection of articles about the variety of hardware options available for reading ebooks and digital content
- "Comparison of e-book readers" - Wikipedia Wikipedia entry with a chart comparing a large variety of eBook readers. Different generations of the same e-reader are compared.
- Adobe Digital Editions Supported Devices. A list of of devices that support Adobe PDF and EPUB content.
- "eBook Reader Comparison" - eReader Lender This page also compares eReader hardware and it does include the Apple iPad although the Wikipedia page is more thorough in its comparisons.
- E-Book Readers Reviews on a large range of e-readers including different versions of the most popular brands.
- Book Apps for IPad A list of the best book apps with accompanying descriptions and links directly to the iTunes store.
- Nook GlowLight gets a price cut; Amazon Paperwhite gets rave reviews (10/01/2012)
- Hands on Review of the Icarus Pocket eReader (10/01/12) Icarus has a number of fresh e-ink based readers that have just hit the market.
- Binatone Kidzstar eReader review (9/30/2012 )This cheap and tough reader can take a few knocks, but its kid-friendliness is patchy and its features sparse
- Review: Sony Xperia Tablet S (9/29/12) Another Android tablet has hit the market hoping to wear the crown as the ultimate gadget to have: the Sony Xperia Tablet S
- Kindle Fire HD, Nook HD, Nexus 7, Kindle Fire: How The Best 7-Inch Tablets Compare (09/26/12) A comparison of the major tablets as eReaders and beyond.
- Rakuten's Kobo Unveils $79.99 E-Reader in U.S. Push (09/06/2012 ) While the feature-packed iPad and other tablets grab headlines, Kobo Chief Executive Officer Michael Serbinis remains enamored with the simple e- reader.
- E-Book reader buying guide (07/2012) Recent reviews on common e-readers
- National Federation of the Blind Assists in Litigation Against Free Library of Philadelphia (5/2/2012) The National Federation of the Blind sues the Free Library of Philadelphia as result of their eReader lender program using Nooks which are not accessible for visually impaired patrons.
- Tablet and E-book reader Ownership Nearly Double Over the Holiday Gift-Giving Period (0123/ 2012 )The share of adults in the United States who own tablet computers nearly doubled from 10% to 19% between mid-December and early January and the same surge in growth also applied to e-book readers, which also jumped from 10% to 19% over the same time period.
- "Survey of Kindle, Nook, iPad, Sony and OverDrive eBook Store Collection Size," - eBook Reader Guide ( This article compares the number of popular titles in each eBook model's bookstore. A graph is included here for quick comparison.
- The Latest Amazon Kindle: Lighting a Fire of Outrage (10/5/2011) The Fire is a touch-screen version of their popular device, and I understand that this version will again be completely inaccessible to blind people.
- An evaluation of second-generation ebook readers (10/10) This study seeks to evaluate a selection of second-generation ebookreaders in order to determine which devices deliver the best experience for the user, in terms of functionality and overall experience.