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Kobo's open platform gives you the freedom to read your books on any open device you choose. A 6" eInk, no-glare screen is optimized for outdoor reading, even in bright sunlight. The responsive touchscreen lets you quickly turn pages, and adjustable font sizes makes reading easy on any set of eyes
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Handy, attractive and so useful
By Avid reader
About Me Value Oriented
Comments about Kobo eReader Touch Blue:
So useful, handy, attractive and easy to use. ideal for reading, Suduko and Sketching.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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By pat the cat
from crosby, liverpool
very easy to use, downloading a book only takes seconds and because the text is so clear i find it a lot less strain on the eyes
Needs a backlight
About Me Quality Oriented
It's good that Kobo Touch uses ePub format for books, provides a much wider choice of reading matter. The weight of Kobo Touch is good, easy to hold & portable. My one grouse is that the screen cannot be seen easily in anything other than perfect light. This makes an attachable reading light essential. Ergo, Kobo Touch plus reading light means less portable, less user friendly.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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from West Midlands
The Kobo touch is fantastic, very easy to use and download books. I have bought books from the Kobo store and also downloaded from our local library service without any problems at all. So far battery life seems great and have not had to charge after 2 weeks of use.
easy to use and not tied to a specific supplier of ebooks, i am able to find suitable books from my local library service
Excellent reader - very versatile.
By Bridge Player
This ereader is not tied in to a proprietary format like Kindle. It reads epub and pdf which means a vast number of ebooks are available to buy or from public libraries on loan (which Kindle cannot handle) or even for free from the Gutenberg project. In epub,you can adjust type, type size, spacing etc. It is touch screen and has a reasonable browser and can even handle email. There is even a Suduko game. All in all this is a well built little reader at a fraction of the price of a similar Kindle. A definite best buy.