Chegg’s ebook reader is coming to an end in 2019.
The publisher announced the news during a press conference on Tuesday.
The e-reader will no longer be available in the U.S. for purchases of digital books and will be phased out in the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, and the European Union.
It will also cease to be available to Kindle customers in the European Economic Area.
The move comes just a few weeks after Amazon launched its Kindle Voyage, which will have a larger screen and include an e-ink reader.
Amazon is now the largest e-book retailer in the world, but it has struggled to keep up with competition from Google and Apple, and it also has struggled with the rise of mobile devices.
The announcement also comes at a time when Amazon is facing renewed pressure to cut costs.
Earlier this year, Amazon announced a $50 million buyout of rival Barnes & Noble, which was followed by a $200 million deal to buy the digital book store Nook for $1.6 billion.
That deal is expected to close by the end of this year.