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Our top eReaders this World Book Day

Get cosy with your eReader and devour a book this World Book Day


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From re-reading your favourite book to taking a chance on a new author, World Book Day is an excellent reason to switch off and unleash the power of your imagination. An eReader is a great way to make your way through your reading list without taking up too much space in your home. It also makes it a lot more enjoyable to read in bed! Here are our top picks for this World Book Day…

Amazon Fire 7 Tablet

With up to 12 hours of battery life, the Amazon Fire 7 Tablet is much more than an eReader. You can endlessly watch TikToks, stream your favourite show on Disney+ or Netflix and, of course, read or listen to an audiobook. It has 16 GB of memory so you have store more books than you have the capacity to read! It’s only 7” so whether you’re reading in bed or reading on the go, it’s lightweight (weighing only 300g!) and easy to bring with you.

Amazon Kindle Paperwhite 6.8" eReader

Made specifically for reading, the Amazon Kindle Paperwhite 6.8" eReader will transform how you read. It has a 6.8” anti-glare e-ink screen making it easy on your eyes when you’re reading in the dark and just as good as a paper book in sunlight. It has 8GB of storage, which will easily store an entire library worth of books. It’s battery lasts for an impressive 10 weeks so whether you’re at home or on holidays, you never have to worry about it dying just in the middle of a juicy chapter. It also has an IPX8 waterproof rating so you don’t need to worry about splashes of water or stray drops of tea. You can connect your headphones via Bluetooth to take a break from reading and let the audio take over.

Amazon Kindle Scribe 10.2" eReader

Take your Kindle experience to the next level with the Amazon Kindle Scribe 10.2" eReader. Not only does it have the same anti-glare e-ink screen perfect for binge-reading books, it also has a pen so you can easily take notes or mark important parts of the book. The Scribe also works as your own diary and notebook so you can use it for work, play and everything in between. The screen is slightly larger at 10.2” making it easy to take notes or read your book. It has 16GB of memory giving you plenty of space to store books, to do lists, notes and plans. The battery life lasts for up to 12 weeks so you only have to worry about charging it four times a year with its USB-C fast-charge cable. You can also connect your headphones via Bluetooth to enjoy an audiobook and give your eyes a break.

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Our top eReaders this World Book Day