Kobo Aura One
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Kobo Aura One
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- 84AVERAGE CRITIC SCORE5 ReviewsTechCrunch80Kobo goes big with its 7.8-inch Aura One e-readerKobo once again gets some points for thinking outside of the e-reader mainstream, and while the Aura One probably isn’t worth the price of entry for most readers, the devoted few will find a lot to love, including a massive screen, blue-light shifting, a nice design and a whole lot of storage.Tom's Guide80Kobo Aura One E-Reader ReviewIts $229.99 price tag may be big, but the Kobo Aura One's 7.8-inch screen offers excellent ambient-light sensors and phenomenal waterproofing.PC Mag80Kobo Aura OneThe Kobo Aura One is a solid waterproof ebook reader with an extra large display.Digital Trends90KOBO AURA ONE REVIEWKobo’s Aura One is the best ebook reader you can buy.Business Insider90Forget the Kindle: The new Kobo Aura One is the grKobo, Amazon's smaller Canadian rival, has built a device that — at least from a design perspective — will actually offer potential new ebook readers a reason to take the leap, and Kindle users a reason to jump ship. The Kobo Aura One is simply the best ereader ever made.
- 70AVERAGE USER SCORE1 ReviewsEngadget Reader70February 23, 2018Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!I think technically this is the best eReader on the market. Ever since I've learned about it from https://www.crunchreviews.com/ereaders/best-ereader/ I wanted one. As far as the device and hardware goes, I really think it is close to perfect, I just wish Kobo was as big as Amazon in the US and had a closely matched eco system to compete with. The ecosystem is the the only problem of this otherwise amazing ebook reader.
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