Amazon Kindle Wi-Fi vs. The Rest: Full eReader Comparison Chart

If you are looking to buy an eReader this Christmas you may want to check out every offering currently available, recently we came across a very useful website which lists pretty much all of the ebook readers currently available, not only does it list the devices but the chart is interactive and allows you to compare rivaling products side-by-side.

If you want to buy one of Amazon’s Kindle eReaders you should check out this side-by-side comparison, this chart compares the Kindle Wi Fi to the Kindle DX and Kindle 2 3G. In the comparison a lot of factors are taken into account, such as screen size, weight, storage, battery life, review scores, price, file formats and much more, we have embedded an image below showing you a quick glimpse of what you can see.

When you look at the complete chart of eReaders and sort by expert rating the Kindle Wi-Fi comes first, the Kindle DX come second and the Kindle 2 3G comes third, which shows just how dominant Amazon’s devices really are, however there is some stiff competition from the Sony Reader Touch Edition PRS-600 and the Barnes & Noble Nook 3G + Wi-Fi.

FindTheBest’s site lets you see full details on all of the products by clicking on the relevant product name, Kindle Wi-Fi here, Sony Reader Touch Edition PRS-600 here and the Barnes & Noble Nook 3G + Wi-Fi here, however I found it best if you compare all three products side-by-side here.

The interactive chart allows you to really see what you want to see, I am sure that if you have a play with the chart (here) yourself you will be able to find the vital information you need to know, from charge time to shades of grey FindTheBest’s chart has it all.

Here are a couple more interesting comparison’s to check out, click on them to see the charts.

Nook Color vs. Sony PRS-600
Nook 3G Wi-Fi vs. NookColor
Sony PRS-600 vs. PRS-300 vs. PRS-700 vs. PRS-900 vs. PRS-600BC

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Written by Jamie Pert

Jamie has a background in computer repairs and maintenance along with network administration, he now enjoys utilizing the benefits of new technologies and enjoys writing about anything that brings new technology to the world.

He began writing for Product Reviews in mid 2009 and has since expanded his knowledge across a wide-base of devices, he is looking to get more hands-on experience with new devices to gain a better understanding of the latest and greatest technologies.

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