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5 Best Award Winning E-Book Readers in the UK - July 2020

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Updated 31 May 2020
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5 best award winning E-book readers 2020

What Award Winning E-Book Reader to Buy in June 2020?

Best Buy Great Price
Tolino Epos Onyx BOOX Max Carta Energy Sistem Ereader Max Pocketbook Basic 3 Denver EBO630L
Tolino Epos Onyx BOOX Max Carta Energy Sistem Ereader Max Pocketbook Basic 3 Denver EBO630L
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1872 X 1404
PIXELS
RESOLUTION
260g
7.8"
8GB
INTERNAL
2200 X 1650
PIXELS
RESOLUTION
550g
13.3"
800 X 600
PIXELS
RESOLUTION
160g
6"
8GB
INTERNAL
800 X 600
PIXELS
RESOLUTION
170g
6"
8GB
INTERNAL
1024 X 758
PIXELS
RESOLUTION
6"
4GB
INTERNAL
20h
BATTERY LIFE
87
Reviews
4 Reviews
92
Features
Fully-Featured
68
Popularity
A Less Popular Choice
63
Value for Money
Good
80
Age
2 Years Old
80
Kagoo Score
Excellent
70
Brand Rating
Very Good Brand
91
Features
Fully-Featured
62
Value for Money
Good
74
Age
3 Years Old
77
Kagoo Score
Very Good
46
Brand Rating
Mediocre Brand
80
Features
Fully-Featured
66
Value for Money
Good
79
Age
2 Years Old
73
Kagoo Score
Very Good
76
Brand Rating
Very Good Brand
79
Features
Good Features
68
Popularity
A Less Popular Choice
80
Value for Money
Very Good
78
Age
3 Years Old
80
Kagoo Score
Excellent
61
Features
Good Features
59
Value for Money
Average
84
Age
2 Years Old
62
Kagoo Score
Good
A highly rated and top-quality 260g touchscreen ereader. It has a backlight display, a display resolution of 1872 x 1404 pixels and a diagonal of 7.8" and supports Wi-Fi. The highest rated ereader under £1,000, with an extremely good spec. It has a backlight display and supports Wi-Fi. A fully featured but 3 year old 160g touchscreen ereader. A good value for money and good spec 170g touchscreen E-reader. It supports Wi-Fi and has an internal storage capacity of 8GB. A good spec but 2 year old 1024 x 758 pixels resolution 6" E-reader.
5 Reasons For
Touchscreen
Backlight Display
4GB Bigger Internal Storage Capacity
Wi-Fi
Better Kagoo Score
5 Reasons For
Touchscreen
2200 X 1650 Pixels Pixels Resolution
A Lot Bigger Diagonal
Backlight Display
Wi-Fi
5 Reasons For
390g Lighter
Touchscreen
Bigger Internal Storage Capacity
Wi-Fi
Cheaper by £28
6 Reasons For
Touchscreen
Bigger Internal Storage Capacity
Wi-Fi
50% Bigger Battery Life
Better Kagoo Score
Better Brand
1 Reason For
Nine Months Newer
7 Reasons Against
28% Heavier
Only 1872 X 1404 Pixels Pixels Resolution
5.5" Smaller Diagonal
Marginally Smaller Battery Life
£207 More Expensive
Nine Months Older
Worse Brand
5 Reasons Against
Heavier
Worse Kagoo Score
£644 More Expensive
Over One Year Older
Worse Brand
5 Reasons Against
Smaller Display Resolution
Smaller Diagonal
Worse Kagoo Score
Older by 11 Months
Worse Brand
6 Reasons Against
10g Heavier
Smaller Display Resolution
Smaller Diagonal
Does Not Have a Backlight Display
More Expensive by £28
Older by Over One Year
9 Reasons Against
Does Not Have a Touchscreen
5 Times Lower Display Resolution
7.3" Smaller Diagonal
4GB Smaller Internal Storage Capacity
Does Not Support Wi-Fi
Hugely Smaller Battery Life
Worse Kagoo Score
£36 More Expensive
Worse Brand
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Tolino Epos

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Tolino Epos
1872 X 1404
PIXELS
RESOLUTION
260g
7.8"
8GB
INTERNAL
672h
BATTERY LIFE

The Tolino Epos has a Kagoo Score of 80. With a price tag of £280.00 this E-book reader is good value for money. For further details check out our full review of the Tolino Epos.

Features We Love:
1872 x 1404 pixels resolution
Big diagonal (7.8")
Touchscreen
Backlight display
Supports Wi-Fi

A highly rated and top-quality 260g touchscreen ereader. It has a backlight display, a display resolution of 1872 x 1404 pixels and a diagonal of 7.8" and supports Wi-Fi.

87
Reviews
4 Reviews
92
Features
Fully-Featured
68
Popularity
A Less Popular Choice
63
Value for Money
Good
80
Age
2 Years Old
80
Kagoo Score
Excellent

Our review analysis indicates that Tolino Epos has good expert reviews with an average expert rating of 79%.

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5 Reasons For for Choosing the Tolino Epos

Touchscreen

The Tolino Epos has a touchscreen (as do the Energy Sistem Ereader Max, the Onyx BOOX Max Carta and the Pocketbook Basic 3), but the Denver EBO630L does not have this feature. More ...

'Touchscreen' denotes whether the e-reader has touch capacity or not, meaning you can control the device by poking the screen, rather than manual controls.

Touchscreen controls are user faster and easier to use than standard manual controls.

Backlight Display

The Tolino Epos has a backlight display (as does the Onyx BOOX Max Carta), however the Denver EBO630L, the Energy Sistem Ereader Max and the Pocketbook Basic 3 do not have this feature. More ...

'Backlight Display' denotes whether the E-book reader has a light placed behind the screen, meaning it can be read at night or in low-light conditions.

4GB Bigger Internal Storage Capacity

The Tolino Epos has an internal storage capacity of 8 (as do the Energy Sistem Ereader Max and the Pocketbook Basic 3), whereas the Denver EBO630L is only a 4GB internal storage capacity E-book reader (4GB smaller). More ...

'Internal Storage Capacity' denotes how much space the device has to store books and other media, measured in megabytes (Mb).

A larger internal storage capacity means the e-reader can hold more books and media at once.

Wi-Fi

The Tolino Epos supports Wi-Fi (as do the Energy Sistem Ereader Max, the Onyx BOOX Max Carta and the Pocketbook Basic 3), whereas the Denver EBO630L does not support this feature. More ...

'Wi-Fi' denotes whether the e-reader has the capability to join wi-fi networks or not.

Wi-fi support allows you to download new books on the fly, without having to plug the device into your computer.

Better Kagoo Score

The Tolino Epos has received a Kagoo Score of 80, however the Denver EBO630L scored only 62, the Energy Sistem Ereader Max scored 73 and the Onyx BOOX Max Carta scored 77.

7 Reasons Against for Choosing the Tolino Epos

28% Heavier

The Tolino Epos is a 260 E-book reader. That's 100g heavier than the Energy Sistem Ereader Max (160g), 290g lighter than the Onyx BOOX Max Carta (550g) and 90g heavier than the Pocketbook Basic 3 (170g). More ...

'Weight' denotes the weight of the e-reader, measured in grams (g).

A lighter device will be easier to carry around, and mean it can be held and read for longer without it getting uncomfortable to hold.

Only 1872 X 1404 Pixels Pixels Resolution

The Tolino Epos has a display resolution of 1872 x 1404 pixels pixels, but the Onyx BOOX Max Carta has a display resolution of 2200 x 1650 pixels. More ...

'Display Resolution' denotes how many pixels make up the display of the e-reader.

A larger display resolution means that the text will be sharper and clearer, making it easier to read books on the device, and reducing the chances of eye-strain after long sessions.

5.5" Smaller Diagonal

The Tolino Epos has a diagonal of 7.8, but the Denver EBO630L, the Energy Sistem Ereader Max and the Pocketbook Basic 3 are all 6" E-book readers (1.8" smaller) and the Onyx BOOX Max Carta is a 13.3" E-book reader (5.5" bigger). More ...

'Diagonal' denotes the size of the e-reader, measured in inches from the top-left to bottom-right corner.

A larger size means that there is more real estate on the e-reader to display books, and the device can display text at a larger font size if needed.

Marginally Smaller Battery Life

The Tolino Epos has a battery life of 672, whereas the Denver EBO630L is a 20h battery life E-book reader (652h smaller) and the Pocketbook Basic 3 is a 720h battery life E-book reader (48h bigger). More ...

How long the e-reader will last on a single charge, measured in hours.

A longer battery life means that you will be able to read for longer before needing to recharge the battery - this makes the e-reader for more useful to take on holidays or long journeys.

£207 More Expensive

The Tolino Epos is more expensive than the Denver EBO630L by £171, more expensive than the Energy Sistem Ereader Max by £207 and more expensive than the Pocketbook Basic 3 by £179.

Nine Months Older

The Tolino Epos is older than the Denver EBO630L by nine months.

Worse Brand

Tolino E-book readers have an average rating of only 80.8%, whereas Pocketbook has an average rating of 85.8%.

The cheapest price that we could find for the Epos in the UK is £280.00 but in total we found only 1 price for it.

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Onyx BOOX Max Carta

£716.99
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Onyx BOOX Max Carta

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Onyx BOOX Max Carta
2200 X 1650
PIXELS
RESOLUTION
550g
13.3"

The Onyx BOOX Max Carta has a Kagoo Score of 77. However with a price tag of £716.99 this E-book reader is a bit expensive. For further details check out our full review of the Onyx BOOX Max Carta.

Features We Love:
2200 x 1650 pixels resolution
Huge diagonal (13.3")
Touchscreen
Backlight display
Supports Wi-Fi

The highest rated ereader under £1,000, with an extremely good spec. It has a backlight display and supports Wi-Fi.

91
Features
Fully-Featured
62
Value for Money
Good
74
Age
3 Years Old
77
Kagoo Score
Very Good

5 Reasons For for Choosing the Onyx BOOX Max Carta

Touchscreen

The Onyx BOOX Max Carta has a touchscreen (as do the Energy Sistem Ereader Max, the Pocketbook Basic 3 and the Tolino Epos), however the Denver EBO630L does not have this feature. More ...

'Touchscreen' denotes whether the e-reader has touch capacity or not, meaning you can control the device by poking the screen, rather than manual controls.

Touchscreen controls are user faster and easier to use than standard manual controls.

2200 X 1650 Pixels Pixels Resolution

The Onyx BOOX Max Carta has a display resolution of 2200 x 1650 pixels pixels, however the Denver EBO630L only has a display resolution of 1024 x 758 pixels, the Energy Sistem Ereader Max and the Pocketbook Basic 3 have a display resolution of 800 x 600 pixels and the Tolino Epos only has a display resolution of 1872 x 1404 pixels. More ...

'Display Resolution' denotes how many pixels make up the display of the e-reader.

A larger display resolution means that the text will be sharper and clearer, making it easier to read books on the device, and reducing the chances of eye-strain after long sessions.

A Lot Bigger Diagonal

The Onyx BOOX Max Carta has a diagonal of 13.3, however the Denver EBO630L, the Energy Sistem Ereader Max and the Pocketbook Basic 3 are all only 6" E-book readers (7.3" smaller) and the Tolino Epos is only a 7.8" E-book reader (5.5" smaller). More ...

'Diagonal' denotes the size of the e-reader, measured in inches from the top-left to bottom-right corner.

A larger size means that there is more real estate on the e-reader to display books, and the device can display text at a larger font size if needed.

Backlight Display

The Onyx BOOX Max Carta has a backlight display (as does the Tolino Epos), whereas the Denver EBO630L, the Energy Sistem Ereader Max and the Pocketbook Basic 3 do not have this feature. More ...

'Backlight Display' denotes whether the E-book reader has a light placed behind the screen, meaning it can be read at night or in low-light conditions.

Wi-Fi

The Onyx BOOX Max Carta supports Wi-Fi (as do the Energy Sistem Ereader Max, the Pocketbook Basic 3 and the Tolino Epos), but the Denver EBO630L does not support this feature. More ...

'Wi-Fi' denotes whether the e-reader has the capability to join wi-fi networks or not.

Wi-fi support allows you to download new books on the fly, without having to plug the device into your computer.

5 Reasons Against for Choosing the Onyx BOOX Max Carta

Heavier

The Onyx BOOX Max Carta is a 550 E-book reader. That's 390g heavier than the Energy Sistem Ereader Max (160g), 380g heavier than the Pocketbook Basic 3 (170g) and 290g heavier than the Tolino Epos (260g). More ...

'Weight' denotes the weight of the e-reader, measured in grams (g).

A lighter device will be easier to carry around, and mean it can be held and read for longer without it getting uncomfortable to hold.

Worse Kagoo Score

The Onyx BOOX Max Carta has received a Kagoo Score of 77, whereas the Pocketbook Basic 3 scored 80 and the Tolino Epos scored 80.

£644 More Expensive

The Onyx BOOX Max Carta is more expensive than the Denver EBO630L by £608, more expensive than the Energy Sistem Ereader Max by £644, more expensive than the Pocketbook Basic 3 by £616 and more expensive than the Tolino Epos by £437.

Over One Year Older

The Onyx BOOX Max Carta is older than the Denver EBO630L by 22 months, older than the Energy Sistem Ereader Max by 11 months, older than the Pocketbook Basic 3 by eight months and older than the Tolino Epos by 13 months.

Worse Brand

Onyx BOOX E-book readers have an average rating of only 59.4%, but Energy Sistem has an average rating of 67.6%, Pocketbook has an average rating of 85.8% and Tolino has an average rating of 80.8%.

The Onyx BOOX Max Carta weighs 550g.

Onyx BOOX Max Carta front view

The cheapest price that we could find for the Max Carta in the UK is £716.99 but in total we found only 1 price for it.

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Energy Sistem Ereader Max

£73.00
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Energy Sistem Ereader Max
800 X 600
PIXELS
RESOLUTION
160g
6"
8GB
INTERNAL

The Energy Sistem Ereader Max has a Kagoo Score of 73. With a price tag of £73.00 this E-book reader is good value for money. For further details check out our full review of the Energy Sistem Ereader Max.

Features We Love:
Very light (160g)
Touchscreen
Supports Wi-Fi

A fully featured but 3 year old 160g touchscreen ereader.

80
Features
Fully-Featured
66
Value for Money
Good
79
Age
2 Years Old
73
Kagoo Score
Very Good

5 Reasons For for Choosing the Energy Sistem Ereader Max

390g Lighter

The Energy Sistem Ereader Max has a weight of 160, whereas the Onyx BOOX Max Carta is a 550g E-book reader (390g heavier), the Pocketbook Basic 3 is a 170g E-book reader (10g heavier) and the Tolino Epos is a 260g E-book reader (100g heavier). More ...

'Weight' denotes the weight of the e-reader, measured in grams (g).

A lighter device will be easier to carry around, and mean it can be held and read for longer without it getting uncomfortable to hold.

Touchscreen

The Energy Sistem Ereader Max has a touchscreen, and so do the Onyx BOOX Max Carta, the Pocketbook Basic 3 and the Tolino Epos, whereas the Denver EBO630L does not. More ...

'Touchscreen' denotes whether the e-reader has touch capacity or not, meaning you can control the device by poking the screen, rather than manual controls.

Touchscreen controls are user faster and easier to use than standard manual controls.

Bigger Internal Storage Capacity

The Energy Sistem Ereader Max is an 8 internal storage capacity E-book reader, and so do the Pocketbook Basic 3 and the Tolino Epos. That's 4GB bigger than the Denver EBO630L (4GB). More ...

'Internal Storage Capacity' denotes how much space the device has to store books and other media, measured in megabytes (Mb).

A larger internal storage capacity means the e-reader can hold more books and media at once.

Wi-Fi

The Energy Sistem Ereader Max supports Wi-Fi, and so do the Onyx BOOX Max Carta, the Pocketbook Basic 3 and the Tolino Epos, however the Denver EBO630L does not. More ...

'Wi-Fi' denotes whether the e-reader has the capability to join wi-fi networks or not.

Wi-fi support allows you to download new books on the fly, without having to plug the device into your computer.

Cheaper by £28

The Energy Sistem Ereader Max costs £73.00, whereas the Denver EBO630L is £108.56, the Onyx BOOX Max Carta is £716.99, the Pocketbook Basic 3 is £101.03 and the Tolino Epos is £280.00.

5 Reasons Against for Choosing the Energy Sistem Ereader Max

Smaller Display Resolution

The Energy Sistem Ereader Max has a display resolution of 800 x 600 pixels pixels, and so is the Pocketbook Basic 3, which is half the display resolution of the Denver EBO630L (1024 x 758 pixels), 8 times lower display resolution of the Onyx BOOX Max Carta (2200 x 1650 pixels) and 5 times lower display resolution of the Tolino Epos (1872 x 1404 pixels). More ...

'Display Resolution' denotes how many pixels make up the display of the e-reader.

A larger display resolution means that the text will be sharper and clearer, making it easier to read books on the device, and reducing the chances of eye-strain after long sessions.

Smaller Diagonal

The Energy Sistem Ereader Max is a 6 E-book reader, and so do the Denver EBO630L and the Pocketbook Basic 3. That's 7.3" smaller than the Onyx BOOX Max Carta (13.3") and 1.8" smaller than the Tolino Epos (7.8"). More ...

'Diagonal' denotes the size of the e-reader, measured in inches from the top-left to bottom-right corner.

A larger size means that there is more real estate on the e-reader to display books, and the device can display text at a larger font size if needed.

Worse Kagoo Score

The Energy Sistem Ereader Max has received a Kagoo Score of 73, but the Onyx BOOX Max Carta scored 77, the Pocketbook Basic 3 scored 80 and the Tolino Epos scored 80.

Older by 11 Months

The Energy Sistem Ereader Max is 11 months older than the Denver EBO630L and two months older than the Tolino Epos.

Worse Brand

Energy Sistem E-book readers have an average rating of only 67.6%, however Pocketbook has an average rating of 85.8% and Tolino has an average rating of 80.8%.

The cheapest price that we could find for the Ereader Max in the UK is £73.00 but in total we found only 1 price for it.

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Pocketbook Basic 3

£101.03
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Pocketbook Basic 3
800 X 600
PIXELS
RESOLUTION
170g
6"
8GB
INTERNAL
720h
BATTERY LIFE

The Pocketbook Basic 3 has a Kagoo Score of 80. With a price tag of £101.03 this E-book reader is good value for money. For further details check out our full review of the Pocketbook Basic 3.

Features We Love:
Very light (170g)
Touchscreen
Big internal storage capacity (8GB)
Supports Wi-Fi

A good value for money and good spec 170g touchscreen E-reader. It supports Wi-Fi and has an internal storage capacity of 8GB.

79
Features
Good Features
68
Popularity
A Less Popular Choice
80
Value for Money
Very Good
78
Age
3 Years Old
80
Kagoo Score
Excellent
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6 Reasons For for Choosing the Pocketbook Basic 3

Touchscreen

The Pocketbook Basic 3 has a touchscreen, and so do the Energy Sistem Ereader Max, the Onyx BOOX Max Carta and the Tolino Epos, whereas the Denver EBO630L does not. More ...

'Touchscreen' denotes whether the e-reader has touch capacity or not, meaning you can control the device by poking the screen, rather than manual controls.

Touchscreen controls are user faster and easier to use than standard manual controls.

Bigger Internal Storage Capacity

The Pocketbook Basic 3 is an 8 internal storage capacity E-book reader, and so do the Energy Sistem Ereader Max and the Tolino Epos. That's 4GB bigger than the Denver EBO630L (4GB). More ...

'Internal Storage Capacity' denotes how much space the device has to store books and other media, measured in megabytes (Mb).

A larger internal storage capacity means the e-reader can hold more books and media at once.

Wi-Fi

The Pocketbook Basic 3 supports Wi-Fi, and so do the Energy Sistem Ereader Max, the Onyx BOOX Max Carta and the Tolino Epos, however the Denver EBO630L does not. More ...

'Wi-Fi' denotes whether the e-reader has the capability to join wi-fi networks or not.

Wi-fi support allows you to download new books on the fly, without having to plug the device into your computer.

50% Bigger Battery Life

The Pocketbook Basic 3 is a 720 battery life E-book reader. That's 700h bigger than the Denver EBO630L (20h) and 48h bigger than the Tolino Epos (672h). More ...

How long the e-reader will last on a single charge, measured in hours.

A longer battery life means that you will be able to read for longer before needing to recharge the battery - this makes the e-reader for more useful to take on holidays or long journeys.

Better Kagoo Score

The Pocketbook Basic 3 has received a Kagoo Score of 80, but the Denver EBO630L scored only 62, the Energy Sistem Ereader Max scored 73 and the Onyx BOOX Max Carta scored 77.

Better Brand

Pocketbook E-book readers have an average rating of 85.8%, however Denver only has an average rating of 48.5%, Energy Sistem only has an average rating of 67.6%, Onyx BOOX only has an average rating of 59.4% and Tolino only has an average rating of 80.8%.

6 Reasons Against for Choosing the Pocketbook Basic 3

10g Heavier

The Pocketbook Basic 3 has a weight of 170, whereas the Energy Sistem Ereader Max is a 160g E-book reader (10g lighter), the Onyx BOOX Max Carta is a 550g E-book reader (380g heavier) and the Tolino Epos is a 260g E-book reader (90g heavier). More ...

'Weight' denotes the weight of the e-reader, measured in grams (g).

A lighter device will be easier to carry around, and mean it can be held and read for longer without it getting uncomfortable to hold.

Smaller Display Resolution

The Pocketbook Basic 3 has a display resolution of 800 x 600 pixels pixels, and so is the Energy Sistem Ereader Max, which is half the display resolution of the Denver EBO630L (1024 x 758 pixels), 8 times lower display resolution of the Onyx BOOX Max Carta (2200 x 1650 pixels) and 5 times lower display resolution of the Tolino Epos (1872 x 1404 pixels). More ...

'Display Resolution' denotes how many pixels make up the display of the e-reader.

A larger display resolution means that the text will be sharper and clearer, making it easier to read books on the device, and reducing the chances of eye-strain after long sessions.

Smaller Diagonal

The Pocketbook Basic 3 is a 6 E-book reader, and so do the Denver EBO630L and the Energy Sistem Ereader Max. That's 7.3" smaller than the Onyx BOOX Max Carta (13.3") and 1.8" smaller than the Tolino Epos (7.8"). More ...

'Diagonal' denotes the size of the e-reader, measured in inches from the top-left to bottom-right corner.

A larger size means that there is more real estate on the e-reader to display books, and the device can display text at a larger font size if needed.

Does Not Have a Backlight Display

The Pocketbook Basic 3 does not have a backlight display, whereas the Denver EBO630L, the Energy Sistem Ereader Max, the Onyx BOOX Max Carta and the Tolino Epos have this feature. More ...

'Backlight Display' denotes whether the E-book reader has a light placed behind the screen, meaning it can be read at night or in low-light conditions.

More Expensive by £28

The Pocketbook Basic 3 is £28 more expensive than the Energy Sistem Ereader Max.

Older by Over One Year

The Pocketbook Basic 3 is 14 months older than the Denver EBO630L, three months older than the Energy Sistem Ereader Max and five months older than the Tolino Epos.

The cheapest price that we could find for the Basic 3 in the UK is £101.03 but in total we found only 1 price for it.

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Denver EBO630L

£108.56
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Denver EBO630L

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Denver EBO630L
1024 X 758
PIXELS
RESOLUTION
6"
4GB
INTERNAL
20h
BATTERY LIFE

The Denver EBO630L has a Kagoo Score of 62. With a price tag of £108.56 this E-book reader is good value for money. For further details check out our full review of the Denver EBO630L.

A good spec but 2 year old 1024 x 758 pixels resolution 6" E-reader.

61
Features
Good Features
59
Value for Money
Average
84
Age
2 Years Old
62
Kagoo Score
Good

1 Reason For for Choosing the Denver EBO630L

Nine Months Newer

The Denver EBO630L is 11 months newer than the Energy Sistem Ereader Max, 22 months newer than the Onyx BOOX Max Carta, 14 months newer than the Pocketbook Basic 3 and nine months newer than the Tolino Epos

9 Reasons Against for Choosing the Denver EBO630L

Does Not Have a Touchscreen

The Denver EBO630L does not have a touchscreen, but the Energy Sistem Ereader Max, the Onyx BOOX Max Carta, the Pocketbook Basic 3 and the Tolino Epos do. More ...

'Touchscreen' denotes whether the e-reader has touch capacity or not, meaning you can control the device by poking the screen, rather than manual controls.

Touchscreen controls are user faster and easier to use than standard manual controls.

5 Times Lower Display Resolution

The Denver EBO630L has a display resolution of 1024 x 758 pixels pixels, however the Onyx BOOX Max Carta has a display resolution of 2200 x 1650 pixels and the Tolino Epos has a display resolution of 1872 x 1404 pixels. More ...

'Display Resolution' denotes how many pixels make up the display of the e-reader.

A larger display resolution means that the text will be sharper and clearer, making it easier to read books on the device, and reducing the chances of eye-strain after long sessions.

7.3" Smaller Diagonal

The Denver EBO630L has a diagonal of 6 (as do the Energy Sistem Ereader Max and the Pocketbook Basic 3), however the Onyx BOOX Max Carta is a 13.3" E-book reader (7.3" bigger) and the Tolino Epos is a 7.8" E-book reader (1.8" bigger). More ...

'Diagonal' denotes the size of the e-reader, measured in inches from the top-left to bottom-right corner.

A larger size means that there is more real estate on the e-reader to display books, and the device can display text at a larger font size if needed.

4GB Smaller Internal Storage Capacity

The Denver EBO630L has an internal storage capacity of 4, but the Energy Sistem Ereader Max, the Pocketbook Basic 3 and the Tolino Epos are all 8GB internal storage capacity E-book readers (4GB bigger). More ...

'Internal Storage Capacity' denotes how much space the device has to store books and other media, measured in megabytes (Mb).

A larger internal storage capacity means the e-reader can hold more books and media at once.

Does Not Support Wi-Fi

The Denver EBO630L does not support Wi-Fi, whereas the Energy Sistem Ereader Max, the Onyx BOOX Max Carta, the Pocketbook Basic 3 and the Tolino Epos do. More ...

'Wi-Fi' denotes whether the e-reader has the capability to join wi-fi networks or not.

Wi-fi support allows you to download new books on the fly, without having to plug the device into your computer.

Hugely Smaller Battery Life

The Denver EBO630L has a battery life of 20, but the Pocketbook Basic 3 is a 720h battery life E-book reader (700h bigger) and the Tolino Epos is a 672h battery life E-book reader (652h bigger). More ...

How long the e-reader will last on a single charge, measured in hours.

A longer battery life means that you will be able to read for longer before needing to recharge the battery - this makes the e-reader for more useful to take on holidays or long journeys.

Worse Kagoo Score

The Denver EBO630L has only received a Kagoo Score of 62, whereas the Energy Sistem Ereader Max scored 73, the Onyx BOOX Max Carta scored 77, the Pocketbook Basic 3 scored 80 and the Tolino Epos scored 80.

£36 More Expensive

The Denver EBO630L is more expensive than the Energy Sistem Ereader Max by £36 and more expensive than the Pocketbook Basic 3 by £8.

Worse Brand

Denver E-book readers have an average rating of only 48.5%, but Energy Sistem has an average rating of 67.6%, Onyx BOOX has an average rating of 59.4%, Pocketbook has an average rating of 85.8% and Tolino has an average rating of 80.8%.

The cheapest price that we could find for the EBO630L in the UK is £108.56 but in total we found only 1 price for it.

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