Best Tablet for Reading Comics Books

If you are an avid comic reader then you’ve landed at the right place.

We have un-earthed some of the best tablet for reading comics considering some important factors.

These important things include the screen, battery, design ergonomics, and hardware internals to quench your comic reading thirst.

We have covered all tablets from Windows, Mac & Android to give you a holistic opinion especially when it comes to affordability.

So without further ado, let’s get into it.

Best Tablet for Reading Comics

1. Kindle E-Reader

best tablet for reading comics

The Kindle brand has become synonymous with E-book readers, as it is among the first well-marketed reading tablet with a list of good features.

The Kindle E-Reader is one of the newest portable reading tablets in the range, and will sit comfortably in the palm of your hand.

In-line with its dimensions, the device weighs a mere 174 grams, which makes it a very light-weight reading tablet compared to others.

It features a 6-inch anti-glare display with E-Ink Pearl technology for a comfortable viewing experience.

The display also comes with a 16-level grey-scale adjustment feature, which is handy in adjusting the color setting for an easy reading.

The tablet has 4GB onboard storage, which is complemented by cloud storage. Amazon also provides access to its library of E-Books on the device which is an added plus for any avid reader. In terms of connectivity, the device is limited to Wi-Fi only.

On the bright side, the device can go up to 4 weeks without charging on a single charge, which is class-leading battery life.

Overall, this is a highly recommended portable reading tab for the mobile reading

2. Kindle Paperwhite E-Reader

The Paperwhite E-Reader is a mid-range device from the Kindle lineup and offers decent features at a pocket-friendly price point.

It is comfortable to hold and available in a choice of black and white colors. The lightweight tablet has an anti-glare 6-inch display with an impressive 300 PPI pixel density; readability on the device is good, even in bright ambient lighting conditions.

The Paperwhite E-Reader has Wi-Fi and cellular connectivity, which is a big plus for those who need to be connected all the time.

There is 4GB of onboard storage, expandable with storage on the cloud. Battery life is excellent with the device powering through weeks of usage on a single charge.

To sum it up, the Paperwhite is one a definite feature-packed recommendation, that too at a good price.

3. Kindle Voyage E-Reader

The Voyage is one of the higher-end devices in the Kindle family of E-Readers , offering many top-of-the-line features that entry-level reading tablets do not offer.

There is a 6-inch display on the device which is lit by 6 LED lights to really light up your reading experience, with high grey levels and anti-glare coating for easy viewing and reading. There is an adaptive light sensor to adjust screen brightness to suit lighting conditions where the tablet is being used.

The voyage has the added feature of allowing readers to turn the page by force pressing the page, which is typically not there in entry-level E-Readers.

The device allows bookmarking of pages so that you can start from where you left off last time.

The Voyage has both Wi-Fi and cellular connectivity, which is great when you’re away from your router. The Voyage also lasts weeks on a single charge.

4. Kindle Oasis E-Reader

The Kindle Oasis is the crown jewel of the Kindle family of E-Readers, with a premium spec sheet.

The device comes with physical buttons to provide fast and effortless control of the device. There is a 6-inch high-resolution anti-glare display which boasts excellent brightness levels to really jazz up your reading time. The display panel has more than 16 levels of grey color adjustment to suit your liking.

The device gives access to the Kindle store, which has thousands of upon thousands of e-books to lay your eyes on, and there is also the capability to store them offline on the up-scale 8GB onboard storage. There is the added advantage of free cloud storage to carry your library of E-books.

There is a slight ergonomic contour on the back for easy gripping, and also gives the tablet a touch of class and differentiation from the rest of them out there.

As expected, the device has Wi-Fi and cellular connectivity to ensure that you never go offline.

In addition to this the device is equipped with a class-leading vocabulary builder, parental controls, and also lets you set personal reading goals.

As with other Kindle E-Readers, the battery of the Oasis lasts weeks on a single charge.

 

5. Boox Nova Pro 7.8” E-Reader

The Boox Nova Pro is a step above most E-Readers available on the market and offers the unending versatility of having a stylus.

This means that users can use the Stylus to write and take notes within existing applications or in a new note-taking application.

There is a 7.8” display panel with a resolution of 1872 × 1404 pixels, resulting in a very detailed and vivid display.

Colors and brightness on the display are customizable through a dedicated setting, allowing users to tweak the display at will for maximum comfort.

The device has the additional connectivity option of Bluetooth, which means you can use it to connect to external audio outlets for listening to your favorite music or audiobooks. The tablet is powered by a 1.6Ghz quad-core processor coupled with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage space.

The E-Reader has the added agility of running the android operating system, which means that many of the apps on the Google Play Store are supported on this device.

Other items in the hardware department include a USB Type-C connector which goes to show that the designers of this device ensured that it is built to the latest and most up to date standards.

Apart from being a good E-Reader, the Boox Nova Pro is an excellent device for business and classroom note-taking, which makes it a great choice if using the stylus is your kind of thing.

 

6. Kobo Clara HD 6” E-Reader

The Kobo Aura Clara HD is one of the premium offerings from Kobo, and yet is still priced modestly at $143.

The device comes with a 6 inch E-Ink display, which is sharp, and provide ample levels of grey color adjustment to suit your reading comfort, which is further complemented by the blue light filter for comfortable nighttime reading.

There is 8GB of internal storage, which is a class-leading feature especially considering the price point.

The downside, however is that there is no water protection on this device, which even devices like the Kindle Paperwhite provide.

The battery life on this E-Reader is excellent, with the device easily lasting weeks on a single charge.

 

7. Amazon Fire 7

The Fire 7 is the best-selling Fire tablet in the whole world. The device offers a 7-inch IPS display with a 1024 × 600 pixel resolution.

The device runs on a 1.3 GHz Quad-Core processor coupled with a humble 1GB of RAM, which is sufficient for moderate multitasking.

The device offers two storage options: 16 and 32 GB, which is expandable up to 512GB using a microSD card.

The Fire 7 is a media consumption device which also has access to the Kindle store, which makes it a good media tablet and also a good E-Reader.

The device has an average battery life in the world of E-Readers, lasting 8 hours of reading, surfing on the browser, or audio-video playback.

 

8. Apple iPad Mini 4

The Apple iPad Mini 4 is one of the higher-priced E-Readers, owing to the fact that this is not your average tablet, it is an iPad.

The iPad Mini-series has a characteristic compact form-factor weighing in at 284g. The device has Apple’s renowned Retina display technology, providing excellent viewing angles, and crisp details owing to its 2048 × 1536 pixel resolution.

The device is powered by Apple’s Hexa-Core  A12 Bionic chip, coupled with 3GB of RAM and an option between 64GB and 256GB of onboard storage, which is class-leading by any stretch. The device also has Apple’s 8-megapixel iSight camera, which is a welcome addition to the list of features seen so far.

The device easily provides up to ten hours of run time on a single charge, which is typical of media tablets on the market.

The iPad Mini is a well-crafted and durable tablet option on the list and is great for both E-Book reading and also for intensive media consumption owing to powerful internals.

 

9. Lenovo Yoga Book 10.1”

The Lenovo Yoga Book carries the title of the world’s thinnest, and lightest tablet PC in the world, under its belt.

The device is power-packed with high-end components, including a full HD 10.1-inch display with 1920 × 1200 pixels, a 2.4 GHz Intel Atom processor with 4GB of RAM, and internal storage of 64GB. The device runs on Android 6.0 and can run even the most demanding Android apps on the market.

The Yoga Book 10.1” should definitely be on your list if you want to be super-productive after reading your favorite E-Books, since this is one of the most high-performance tablets out there on the market.

 

10. Samsung Galaxy Tab A7

No tablet list can be complete without a device from the Korean technology giant: Samsung. Tab A is a portable tablet from Samsung, sporting a 7-inch HD display with a resolution of 1280 × 800 pixels.

The device is powered by a 1.3GHz processor and 1.5GB of RAM, and 8GB of internal storage, expandable using a microSD card. The A7 offers these impressive specs at an affordable price, and should definitely be considered especially if you want the versatility of Google’s Play Store.

The battery backs up on this device is also commendable, with an easy 10 hour of media endurance on a single charge.

Like the iPad Mini 4, the A7 is a highly recommended E-Reading and media consumption tablet, at a significantly lower price point.

 

Conclusion

If the single-minded objective of getting a tablet to read E-Books is there (wrong sentence structure), you should definitely consider a tablet from the Kindle series.

If you want the ability to take notes, you should consider the Boox Nova. If media consumption is also on your mind along with E-Book reading, and you are comfortable with the iOS ecosystem, there is nothing better than the Apple iPad series.

If iOS is not your cup of tea however, the Samsung Galaxy line up will be your best bet at getting the best tablet for comic reading experience.

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