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Interead COOL-ER eBook reader

alaTest has collected and analyzed 40 reviews of Interead COOL-ER eBook reader. The average rating for this product is 3.1/5, compared to an average rating of 4.2/5 for other eReaders for all reviews. Reviewers are impressed by the reliability and portability. The design and price also get good feedback, but there are some negative views about the durability.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other eReaders the Interead COOL-ER eBook reader is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 84/100 = Very good quality.

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Consumer review by: (amazon.co.uk)

Amazon.co.uk review summary for Interead COOL-ER eBook reader

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 10 user reviews of Interead COOL-ER eBook reader from Amazon.co.uk. The average user rating for this product is 2.4/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.2/5 for other eReaders on Amazon.co.uk. Reviews about the design and durability are generally positive, but reviews are divided on the price. The size and usability get negative opinions.

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30% of the reviews on Amazon.co.uk give this product a positive rating.

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Sep, 2016

Expert review by: Yardena Arar (pcworld.com)

Interead Cool-ER E-Reader Review

 

Support for commercial titles (ePub) ; Lots of font options ; Cool, lightweight design

No dictionary ; Navigation/page-turn button is annoyingly stiff ; Requires special 2.5mm headphone jack

The Interead Cool-ER's usabiity isn't quite up to its good looks, but it delivers solid e-book features at a mid-range cost.

Oct, 2009

Expert review by: Priya Ganapati (wired.com)

Review: Coolreaders Cool-er

 

Amazon and Sony opted to go the Neiman Marcus route with their e-book readers, dog-piling extra features, fat content catalogs and hefty price tags on...

Candy colors. Initial cost of admission cheaper than competitors. Support for open formats. Battery life is good for a fortnight

Flimsy buttons. Plasticky-construction. Overpriced e-book store. Tacky user interfaced. No auto-sleep mode. No Wi-Fi. No access to newspapers, blogs or magazines

Jul, 2009

Expert review by: Yardena Arar (macworld.com)

Review: Interead Cool-ER e-book reader

 

From its aspirational brand name to its hip tinted metallic case, Interead's Cool-ER e-book reader clearly strives to distinguish itself from the black-and-gray competition

In fact, the only items visible below the 6-inch screen are the Cool-ER logo and a round, iPod-esque four-way navigation/selection wheel for navigating menus and turning pages. Unfortunately, the button's stiffness makes navigation and page turns more...

Dec, 2009

Expert review by: Matt Safford (computershopper.com)

Interead Cool-er Review and Ratings

 

This e-book reader's Apple-like design and colorful shell can't save it from feeling flimsy for a $250 device. It supports PDFs, but not as well as Foxit's eSlick does.

Least-expensive e-book reader we've seen ; PDF support ; Eight color options ; Dedicated screen-rotation button

Feels noticeably less solid than other readers ; Derivative design ; No keyboard for notes and searching

Jul, 2009

Expert review by: Jason Chen (gizmodo.com)

Cool-er eBook Reader Review

 

The Gadget: The Cool-er, a lower (compared to the Kindle) priced eBook reader that lacks built-in wireless functionality and a hardware keyboard, but adds music, an SD card slot and PDF/MP3 support. But of course, the lower price is the big draw.

It succeeds in looking like an iPod and being available in a lot of colors, but fails in usability and design. The only thing going for it is that it works as an eBook reader if reading is the most important part of the package (which it is, to many...

May, 2009

Expert review by: Stuart Davidson (hardwareheaven.com)

Titan Cool Idol NK75TZ CPU Cooler

 

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Expert review by: Kristofer Brozio (dragonsteelmods.com)

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Hard drives are one of the things that most people don't think about when they think of cooling their computer, but they need to be kept cool as well. Take it from me, I've had a couple die on me, and while I'm not sure if it was heat related or not, I...

Easy to install ; Looks cool ; Fairly quiet ; Cools as advertised

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Expert review by: (expertreviews.co.uk)

Interead COOL-ER review

 

Despite having an awful name, the COOL-ER is a smart eBook reader that comes in a variety of colours.

It's lighter and more colourful than other eBook readers, but the COOL-ER is poorly made and clunky.

Sep, 2009

Expert review by: Mark Hattersley (pcadvisor.co.uk)

Interead COOL-ER Reader review

 

"It's about more than just a tech reader," said Phil Wood, Interead's Marketing Director, of the COOL-ER Reader.

The COOL-ER Reader is a good, if not perfect, electronic reader. It can store a large quaintly of books and read a wide variety of formats. And Interead has wisely hooked up with Adobe Digital Editions to bring an official bookstore capacity to the...

Aug, 2009

Expert review by: (stuff.tv)

Cool-er eBook review

 

A British start-up has crafted this colourful rival to the Sony Reader. Is it a superior digital tome?

Looks good and refreshes pages quickly, but the Cool-er is just too fiddly and awkward to use

Aug, 2009

Product Specifications

The COOL-ER uses E Ink, a technology that gives you a screen with a "like paper" display, replicating the experience of reading a book. Using power only for "page turns" means that a single charge lasts for 8000 pages and unlike a book, the electronic display allows you to change the text size to suit you!