A totally open, yet cleverly tweaked Android interface adorns this fast-working 7-inch tablet.
Portable media players & recorders reviews
Backlighting is perfectly executed on the Kobo Glo, and is a great option on a versatile e-reader that occasionally needs a computer.
A versatile, customisable and highly portable e-reader that can be held in one hand, the Kobo Mini is cheap, but is it too limited?
The Nook Simple Touch GlowLight packs a beautiful backlight and social options, but can it rival Amazon's Kindle Paperwhite?
Another complete reinvention of the iPod nano sees a bigger touchscreen with 16:9 aspect ratio for watching video.
Samsung's Galaxy Player 4.2 makes sense as a cellular-free alternative, but with a wider variety of low-cost Android smartphones now on the market, the iPod touch remains the reigning champ of media players.
The Sumvision Cyclone Micro 3 is a portable media player that is so small it can fit in your shirt pocket.
Amazon's touchscreen ebook reader offers tablet-style control with the same great E Ink screen, so is it worth the extra £20?
An ebook reader with a touch-screen interface and Wi-Fi connectivity aimed to compete directly with the Kindle.