The eOneBook is a dual-screen Manga comics e-reader. It features two 7.28-inch E Ink displays with a paper case designed to look and feel like a paperback comic book. The eOneBook is limited to a single Manga series (Fist of the North Star) which comes pre-loaded and cannot be updated or changed.
The eOneBook is expected to ship by April 2018 in Japan for 37,800 yen (around $330 USD). The project launched with a successful crowdfunding campaign, already raising almost 20 million yen in a few days.
The Kobo Aura One is a large e-reader that sports a 7.8" 300 PPI E Ink display and is water resistant (IPX8, which means it can be submerged in 2 meters of water). Other features include a 1Ghz CPU and 512Mb of RAM. The Aura One weighs 230 grams and is only 6.9mm thick.
Amazon's Kindle (2016 edition), the company's basic e-reader model features a 6" 167 PPI 16-level E Ink pearl touch display (no built-in light), 4GB of storage and Wi-Fi. It comes in either black or white. It weighs 161 grams and is smaller and ligher than the 2015 edition.
The inkBOOK Obsidian is a 6" E Ink Carta e-reader that is based on Android - which means you can install any application you want. The Obsidian includes 8GB of internal memory, an SD card slot and Wi-Fi.
Amazon's Kindle Oasis is the company's flagship E Ink e-reader for 2016. The Oasis is the thinnest e-reader yet at 3.4 mm - expect for a bump on the side, which Amazon says makes it easy to hold. The display is the same 6" 300 PPI one used in the Kindle Voyage, but it has a brighter front light. Battery life is several months (if used with the external battery cover).
The inkBOOK 8 is a 8" E Ink e-reader that is based on Android 4.2 - so you can easily install any e-reader application or any other application you want. The inkBOOK 8 features a built-in front-light and Wi-Fi.