Kobo eReader Review – I’m certainly over joyed to review the Kobo eReader, before I discovered it, I was overwhelmingly disappointed with the eReaders out there. They are all extremely pricey, have a ton of features I simply don’t need, and had some very annoying behavior, like a black flash on the screen when changing pages that quite frankly gave me a headache.
Kobo eReader Review
The Kobo ereader reader doesn’t have a lot of extra pizazz, but the screen gently fades between pages, lowering eye fatigue. It is also the easiest eReader I’ve had the delight of using. Switching between books is a breeze, and the battery life is just exceptional.
If you’re anything like me, you’ve been craving an eBook reader ever since the 1st Kindle arrived on the scene a couple of years back, but just couldn’t validate pulling the trigger. See the latest price for the Kobo Aura on Amazon.com
Reading a lot? Kobo eReader Review
I’m a passionate reader, reading several books a week, and quite frankly I’ve run out of room in my home to go and buy new ones. It’s getting to the point that they recognize me at the library by my first name (no need for a card), not to mention at my neighborhood bookstore.
For reading, there are several features that make the Kobo Wireless e-reader a winner. First, it looks more like a book than a reading device because it uses E Ink technology which is amazingly page-like in appearance. The screen is not backlit, which some users aren’t thrilled about, but it does make it less like a computer screen. In addition, you have your choice of 2 font styles and 5 font sizes. Finally, the unique quilted back makes this ereader very comfortable in the hand, and easier to grip as well.
There is room for a large library on the Kobo E-Reader. The internal memory offers enough space for 1000 ebooks and it comes pre-loaded with 100 classics. With the use of an SD card, you can increase your library to 10,000 books. The Kobo E-Reader is also excellent for magazines, blogs, documents and other electronic reading you enjoy. The “I’m Reading” page brings together everything you are currently reading in an easy to navigate page. Just choose the book, newspaper or magazine you want at the moment and you’ll be taken to where you left off. For browsing your collection or your selection, library and chapter lists are large, easy to read and simple to select.
Wireless downloading – Kobo eReader Review
Many of you have considered a Kobo in the past but held off because you wanted the ease of wireless downloading. Well, you will love the new Kobo whether you used the wireless edition or another e-reader. It has many features that make reading easy and more enjoyable. For starters, you can shop for books online from any Wi-Fi hotspot and download the ones you purchase. If you store your library online, it’s available to you wherever and whenever you’re connected.
Size and Weight – Kobo eReader Review
Kobo ereader is taking on Amazon’s Kindle, Barnes & Noble’s Nook and the eventually-linked-to-Borders Spring Design Alex with their own committed gadget, the Kobo eReader. The Kobo device measures 0.1-in. thick and weighs 200g.
The 6-inch screen on the Kobo E-Reader makes reading everything much easier than on smaller 5” screens.
Display – Kobo eReader Review
The 6-inch Vizplex screen is black and white, uses E Ink technology that makes the screen much more readable that most electronic devices. Contrast is enhanced with 16-level grayscale, while many e-readers offer only 4-level or 8-level. You get more text per page and have fewer page flips. Choose to read in portrait or landscape, and do it with just one hand since the unit is so light and handles so nicely.
Battery – Kobo eReader Review
The long-life battery lasts for 2 weeks and 10,000 page turns.
Storage Space – Kobo eReader Review
Onboard storage space is 1GB – in addition there’s an SD card slot – and the battery is good quality for up to 8,000 page turns. There’s no WiFi or 3G, not like its rivals, but the Kobo eReader gets Bluetooth for short-range cable-free synchronising with “select smartphones”; alternatively you be capable of use the included USB cable. It will read ePUB and PDF documents, in addition to be able to open content bought from Kobo’s internet based catalog of around 2m titles.
While we’re not particularly happy about this particular hardware, Kobo ereader are pushing their eReader application which should make it easier for third-party manufacturers to make compatible devices. Whilst the own-brand reader only have Bluetooth, the program supports Wireless and 3G, as well as both E Ink and LCD displays.
Who Should Consider the Kobo E-Reader?
The Kobo Wireless e-reader is an excellent all-around e-reader that any serious reader will enjoy. However, it is especially nice for traveling due to its compact, lightweight size as well as the amount of material you can store on it. Plus, if you want the convenience of buying and downloading new books from any Wi-Fi location, you’ve got it with the Kobo E-Reader.
Kobo vs Amazon Kindle
While many still consider the Kindle the device by which others are judged, the Kobo Wireless e-reader holds its own. It has the same size screen and also uses E Ink technology. Now that it’s wireless, there’s one less advantage the Kindle had. Many users find that the navigational ease of the Kobo E-Reader tips the scales, and they choose this over the Kindle.
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Pros & Cons – Kobo eReader Review
Pros: The readability of the Kobo Wireless E-Reader is better than most on the market. It’s very lifelike and easy on the eyes. Many users love the quilted back which offers a more comfortable experience. Adding wireless to the Kobo E-Reader was a definite plus too. The battery life of the Kobo is another strength. It will last for up to 2 weeks, or 10,000 page turns!
Cons: Users looking for a color display don’t rate the Kobo E-Reader as high.
Bottom Line Kobo eReader Review
Avid readers who want the most lifelike reading experience in terms of page clarity and quality will love the Kobo E-Reader. It has advantages over traditional book reading too. It is lightweight and won’t close on you like a bound book, so one-hand reading is comfortable. Great storage capacity, wireless capability, excellent navigation and a competitive price are making the Kobo E-Reader one of the best-selling e-readers in its class!
Kobo eReader Features
• PDA and Handheld Features: Memοry Expansiοn Slοt, E- Reader Sync, Internet Brοwser, Wireless, Autο Shutοff, Autο Scrοll, Dictiοnary
• File Fοrmats Suppοrted: EPUB, PNG, CBZ, PDF, JPEG, HTML, GIF, CBR
• Built-In Memοry Stοrage Capacity: 2GB
• Display Features: 6″ E-Ink Display
• Display Size: 6.0
• Maximum Resοlutiοn: 600 x 800
• Wired Cοnnectivity: USB 2.0
• Wireless Standard: IEEE 802.11b/g/n
• Input Type: USB
• οutput Type: USB, MicrοSD Card Slοt
• Includes: USB 2.0 Cable
• Pοwer Sοurce: USB-pοwered
• Battery Charge Life: Up tο 1 Mοnth
• Dimensiοns: 165.0 mm. L x 114.0 mm. W x 10.0 mm. T
• Weight: 200.0 g.
• Pandigital eReader and Kindle eReader has nο specificatiοn like Kοbο eReader
Kοbο eReader Technical Details
• Brand Name: Kοbο
• Mοdel: N905-KBο-B
• Input Device: USB
• Battery Average Life: 1 mοnths
• Item Weight: 6.6 οunces
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