I'm pretty happy with my kindle (basic edition - 7th generation) and I got it in a ridiculous low price (49$), but I'm always on the look out for new devices. The problem with the kindle is that it's limited to the amazon's ecosystem, as sideloading books gives you access to limited features.
If you thinking of buying an e-reader and you live in Europe you should take a look at this:
inkBook 8 Specs
- 8-inch E Ink Pearl display.
- 1024 x 768 pixel resolution (160 dpi).
- Capacitive touchscreen.
- Android 4.2.2 operating system.
- 1 GHz Dual-Core Cortex A9 processor.
- 8GB storage space.
- 512MB RAM.
- Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n.
- MicroSD card slot for cards up to 32GB.
- Micro USB port.
- 3.5 mm headphone jack.
- Battery: 2800 mAh Li-ION Polymer.
- Supported formats: EPUB and PDF (reflow) with Adobe DRM (ADEPT), MOBI (without DRM), TXT, FB2, HTML, RTF, CHM.
- Pre-installed apps: Library (Books), Internet browser, Dictionary (QuickDic), Downloads, Midiapolis Drive, Email, File manager, Images, Bookshop, Midiapolis News Reader, Midiapolis App Store.
- Dimensions: 198 x 144 x 8.4 mm.
- Weight: 258 grams.
It has some pretty good specs I think and the price is around 179 euros.
What device do you use to read? Do you recommend any?