The best eBook readers of 2021: which one to buy, comparison and guide to choose from

It may generate a lot of reluctance in some people, but the truth is that when you make the leap to the digital book you rarely go back. If you are thinking of buying one of these devices, we have prepared a list of the best models that you can find right now on the market.

Now that eReaders (eBook readers) are more fashionable than ever, we want to review the best we have right now when it comes to e-reading with books of different ranges, features, and prices so you can find the one that best suits your needs.

If you want to buy an eReader today, here you will find the best models you have in stores. Don't you think it's time to make the leap?

Amazon Kindle Oasis

Amazon Kindle Oasis 2019

We started this ranking with the Amazon Kindle Oasis, probably the best eBook we can find on the market right now. Something that doesn't surprise us too much either, as Amazon pioneered and continues to lead this e-book industry.

We are talking about a model that has a spectacular screen of 7 inches and 300 dpi, plus very well placed navigation buttons, allowing an incredibly comfortable reading. And while it's the best Kindle available, it's also the most expensive.

Also not surprising considering that, for example, it has a battery life of up to a month and a half with a single charge reading about half an hour a day. Plus, it only takes an hour to fully charge, so the experience is ten.

On the other hand, it has built-in ambient light sensors, which automatically adapt to your environment so you don't have to constantly adjust the screen. The Kindle Oasis now offers an 8GB version and a 32GB version of storage so you can download.

Amazon Kindle Paperwhite

Kindle Paperwhite 2018

We continue with another acclaimed Amazon eReader model. In this case, the screen is a little smaller than that of the Oasis, with 6 inches, but again with a resolution of 300 dpi. It does not have navigation buttons but it does have a touch screen, as well as a spectacular battery life with a single charge.

It's also waterproof, so you can read with it seamlessly on the beach, pool, and even in the bathtub. On the other hand, comment that it also has built-in (non-self-regulating) light, less powerful than that of the Oasis (5 LEDs versus 12 LEDs), but more than enough to read comfortably.

We should also note that it is somewhat lighter than the Oasis, which is a plus point to transport it.

Amazon Kindle (Basic)

If you're looking for a Kindle but in its cheapest and simplest version, this is yours. Amazon's cheapest eBook is priced at less than 90 euros.

kindle amazon

It has a capacity of 4 GB (while the rest already offer a minimum of 8 GB) and a touch screen, although it lacks the built-in light so you won't be able to read if you don't turn on any light. It also has wifi and 8 font sizes to choose the one that best suits you, plus several weeks of duration on a single charge.

And that's because if you're looking for a basic, simple, yet comfortable, and lightweight eReader to take anywhere, it's still one of the best options to keep in mind with the Amazon Kindle Paperwhite. A cheap but functional eBook.


Kobo Libra H2O

This eBook features a 7-inch touchscreen and 8GB capacity, as well as extraordinary lightness and the feature of being waterproof. The battery can accommodate enough so you can read about a month of a single charge. It also offers the lighting function called ComfortLight Pro that uses red and orange LEDs to illuminate the screen without the need for blue light.

Kobo Libra H2O


As you will see, and as for the rest of its features, it is very similar to the rest of eBooks with good quality – price that we can find right now in the market.

So what's the main difference from Kindles? That the Kobo brand supports many more formats than Kindle, giving you the freedom to buy your eBooks directly from the publisher as well as many other sellers.

Another differential feature to keep in mind with the Kobo Libra H2O is that it has a free app that allows you to continue reading your books on your mobile, tablet, or computer, as it allows you to synchronize the bookmarks so you don't lose where you stayed.

Energy Ereader Pro

We closed our collection with the Energy Ereader Pro, a device we would categorize as "something else" than an ebook. It features a 6-inch touchscreen and anti-reflective system, plus integrated, adjustable light.

ereader pro

But the really interesting thing about this eBook is that it has the Android operating system to be able to download applications, email, download in the cloud, etc.

Also noteworthy are the 2 months of use on a single charge (with half an hour of daily reading, with minimum lighting level "Screenlight" and WiFi connectivity disabled), the 8 GB of memory expandable up to 64 GB with microSD card, and the gift of 1,500 books of universal literature that are already downloaded.

Woxter Scriba 195

If you want to buy a cheap eReader, the Woxter Scriba 195 is a very interesting alternative to keep in mind that it will cost you less than 65 euros. It does not offer you advanced features, but for its price, it perfectly fulfills its function.

Woxter Scriba 195

It is an eBook reader that stands out for being very light and having a colorful and youthful design, perfect for children, teenagers, and young people. It is equipped with a 6-inch display with a resolution of 800 x 600 pixels.

The panel is made of e-ink pearl plus, a whiter solution that improves contrast by up to 60% to promote reading. In addition, it has 16 levels of grayscale so you can choose the one you feel most comfortable with.

The Woxter Scriba 195 has an internal memory of 4 GB that allows you to save more than 4,000 books, and also has a microSD card slot to extend the memory even more. Supports EPUB, PDF, FB2, HTM, DOC, TXT, and other formats.

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