- Display / readability Leaves image residues when reading cbr/cbz's.
- Battery life Lasts about 1 month, no problem.
- Store and selection of titles Supports pdf, mobi, cbz, cbr and has largest selection of books from Amazon.
- Ease of use Intuitive and easy to use.
- Document support No comments
- Storage capacity No memory expansion. Not enough space if you're reading manga. More than enough for books.
- Durability No comments
- Design and form factor Did not like the bottom button nor its side buttons' placement.
- Portability (size / weight) Heavy for long reads
- Supports mobi, cbr, cbz, pdfs
- Easy drag/drop of files
- Amazon store for amazing and affordable collection of books
- Battery life
- Design and form factor is ergonomic
- Extremely affordable
- Can't zoom on images nor pdf.
- No memory expansion (sad that Amazon took out this feature after the first Kindle)
- Heavy for long period reads
- Side buttons are awkwardly placed because the next button should be more reachable than the previous page button, I had to rotate the screen so that the next page button was on top of the previous page button, to turn the pages more comfortably
- Bottom bottom is hard to press and awkward, I had to use my nail sometimes
- Image dithering is terrible, leaves previous image residues on screen that can't be fixed when reading comics
- No easy collections management (should have folders when dragging and dropping be the collections)
If all you're reading is books bought by Amazon or free mobi's, it's an amazing device. If you want it for manga/comics, I suggest the Sony E-Reader, it's got memory expansion and image refreshes on screen perfectly and is lighter in weight too.
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