Large color display, Ergonomic design, Speedy page turns
Color LCD screen in a low-cost e-reader; includes protective case
Big, bright color LCD, Integrated Wi-Fi, Kobo application syncs with other devices.
Sluggish performance, Interface isn't very intuitive, Multiple bugs and issues in the software, Limited features, Can't charge via USB port
Frustrating to navigate; screen not touch-sensitive; page forward/back buttons cause problems when reading
Sluggish navigation and page turns, D-pad is difficult to use, Short battery life, Heavy.
By Ars Technica on November 10, 2010
Quick, name three e-readers! Can I guess which ones popped into your head? Let's say the Kindle, the Nook, and the iPad. It's very possible one of the Sony models was also included. It's now a crowded market with many high-quality pieces of...-
By LaptopMag on November 10, 2010
This cheap color eReader may tempt shoppers, but it's not in the same league as the Kindle and...50
By Computer Shopper on November 01, 2010
This e-reader offers a color screen at a bargain-basement price, but the user experience simply doesn’t measure up to competing products....56
By PC Mag on October 08, 2010
With a 7-inch color screen, the Sharper Image Literati ebook reader looks good, but it's too slow and frustrating to use....50