Lately there have been numerous e book readers with bigger screens changing into out there, every thing from 7-inches to 13.Three-inches.
For a very long time e book readers with 6-inch screens dominated the market. Up till just a few years in the past there have been only a few choices for e book readers with screens apart from 6-inches.
Kobo was one of many first to embrace the concept of bigger screens once they first launched the 7.Eight-inch Kobo Aura One in 2016. Since then they’ve launched the Eight-inch Kobo Forma and the 7-inch Kobo Libra.
Earlier this yr Barnes and Noble launched the primary Nook to have a 7.Eight-inch display screen with the Glowlight Plus. Up till then all E Ink Nooks have had 6-inch screens solely.
Amazon lastly launched a 7-inch Kindle in 2017 with the 2nd gen Kindle Oasis after seven years of solely releasing 6-inch Kindles. I nonetheless suppose they actually need so as to add a 10-inch mannequin just like the outdated Kindle DX however that has but to occur.
Onyx has a number of bigger ereaders out there from 7.Eight-inches to 13.Three-inches with the Nova, Be aware, and Max fashions.
Boyue has the 7.Eight-inch Likebook Mars and the 10.Three-inch Likebook Mimas and Alita. Pocketbook has the InkPad Three. Even Sony bought again into the sport with their 10.Three-inch and 13.Three-inch Digital Paper Gadgets.
I nonetheless suppose there could be a marketplace for smaller pocketable ereaders too with four″-5″ screens, however smaller e book readers are virtually non-existent in 2019. There are just a few telephones with smaller E Ink screens however there haven’t been any e book readers with smaller screens because the Kobo Mini was launched means again in 2012.
However a minimum of there’s lastly a wide range of e book readers with bigger display screen sizes. Hopefully that pattern continues. Take a look at this earlier video for a display screen dimension comparability should you’d prefer to see how the completely different screens examine.