Reviews & hands-on

  • Gadgets 2.5 out of 5

    BeBook Pure review

    By 10 September 2012

    BeBook has been producing ebook readers for several years, offering a more affordable way to get access to a reader device without the premium asking price of some rivals. Much has changed in recent years, with prices dropping as the market becomes more...

  • Tablets 3.5 out of 5

    BeBook Live review

    By 23 June 2011

    BeBook have made a departure from their previous E Ink ebook readers and ventured into the world of the Android tablet. The BeBook Live is a 7-inch LCD tablet that comes along offering Android 2.2 (Froyo), so in many ways is typical of the cheaper end...

  • Tablets

    BeBook enters the tablet market - we go hands-on

    By 12 May 2011

    BeBook, the Dutch eBook specialist, has announced its first Android tablet - the Froyo packing BeBook Live. "Froyo?" we hear you cry. "But it isn't 2010 anymore". We know, we know - but if you've not got £500+ to splash on a Honeycomb tablet, and you...

  • Online 3 out of 5

    BeBook Club review

    By 3 December 2010

    The BeBook Club is a pared-down version of the BeBook Neo - minus the Wi-Fi connectivity and sporting a redesigned navigation control. The device boasts a 6-inch E-Ink display with an 800 x 600-pixel resolution and a rather average 8 levels of grey. The...

  • Gadgets 3 out of 5

    BeBook Neo ebook reader review

    By 9 June 2010

    The BeBook Neo takes the "traditional" (if we can use such a term for devices that have only been around for a couple of years) approach, offering an E-Ink screen, but incorporating Wi-Fi. Could this be the connected ebook reader that we have all been...

  • Gadgets 3 out of 5

    BeBook ebook review

    By 1 April 2009

    You like reading. Everything else in your life has gone digital, so why not the books you read? But has BeBook got what it takes to challenge the Sony Reader here in the UK or the Amazon Kindle in the US? We get reading to find out. Where the BeBook hopes...