The Sol Reader is a virtual reality (VR) headset that is powered by two front-lit E ink displays. It is designed to be an e-reader (or document reader).
The headset features Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and USB-C for charging. The displays are viewed via pancake lenses and offer support for diopter adjustments.
Amazon's 2022 entry-level Kindle device offers a 300 PPI 6" glare-free E Ink display, front light with 4 LEDs, 16 GB of storage, and a USB-C connector.
Kobo's new flagship e-reader, the Sage, features a 8" 1440x1920 E Ink Carta 1200 display, adaptive ComfortLight Pro frontlight. The Sage, which sports 32GB of storage and a 1.8 Ghz quadcore chipset, can be used to take notes with a stylus (sold separately).
The Sage will ship by the end of October 2021, for $260.
Kobo's midrange Libra 2 e-reader features a 1264x1680 7-inch E Ink Carta 1200 display, adaptive ComfortLight Pro frontlight and 32BG of storage. The Libra 2 is IPX8 waterproof.
The Libra 2 will ship by the end of October 2021 for $180.
The all-new Amazon Kindle Paperwhite (2021 edition 11th Generation) features a 6.8" 300 PPI E Ink display with front-light, IPX8 water resistance, USB-C charging and 8GB of storage. Amazon also offers the Kindle Paperwhite Signature which has 32 GB of storage, adaptive front-light and wireless charging.
The all-new Kindle Paperwhite will ship on October 27, 2021, starting at $139.99 for the ad-supported Paperwhite.
Amazon also offers a parental-control enabled Kids version (Kindle Paperwhite Kids) with an extended warranty and a one-year subscription to Amazon kids.