Check out my review of the Kobo eReader Touch Edition, on ComputerShopper.com.
At $129, the Kobo eReader Touch Edition is $10 cheaper than the Nook Simple Touch and $30 more expensive than the Kindle Touch coming in November. With powerful font controls, a slim/light form factor, and ePub compatibility (allowing it to read the most universal ebook format, available through public libraries), the Kobo remains a compelling alternative (even though it may become less prevalent in the US market following the demise of Borders).
October 16, 2010
by Dave McClintock
I just wrote my first review for ComputerShopper.com: Amazon Kindle (Third Generation, 2010 Version). Take a look! Toward the end, I look to newspaper subscriptions as a good way to rationalize the purchase (in addition to an estimated overall savings of … Continue reading