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Consumer Reports: No. MobileRead: Yes

The cover of the August issue of Consumer Reports says it reviews top tablets, phones, cameras, laptops and eReaders. But the section devoted to eReaders only discusses the Nook (Simple Touch and Simple Touch with Glolight) plus the Kindle (Paperwhite with special offers and Kindle with special offers). And, although the article describes them, they don't rate them other than to say the Paperwhite is the best.

No mention of Sony, Kobo or any other dedicated ereaders.

Bottom line: You want an ereader, go to MobileRead not Consumer Reports.
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