getting a pretty and abled eReader is much like owning a good book with an awesome cover. agree? the only difference is, an eReader physical look doesn’t change when you switched books. that said, it is all the more important for style-conscious beings to hit up with the ‘right’ eReader. if you are on the same page as us, then you might want to check out the Kobo Aura eReader. Aura eReader? didn’t we already seen the Aura HD already? yes, we certainly did, but that was a limited edition device that ended up selling pretty well and naturally, Kobo ain’t going to let it slip away from its arsenal, and hence, the Kobo Aura eReader. this new addition to Kobo growing number of eReaders is a front-lit 6-inch ClarityScreen-equipped eReader with the same premium design as the Aura HD, featuring an edge-to-edge low-glare Pearl E-ink display for a paper-like reading experience that excels even in direct sunlight.

the Aura eReader boasts the latest in E-ink technology that allows transition between pages without those irritable flashes that surface in every few pages and tops off with the ability to pinch-to-zoom. other highlights include adjustable ComfortLight for an even glow to suit individual preferences and environment, 4GB of onboard storage for up to 3,000 books, expandable storage via microSD card for even more books (supports up to 32GB), a long two-month battery life, built-in WiFi, an unnamed 1GHz processor, and last but not the least, an ultra lightweight and compact form factor, tipping the scale at mere 174 grams and measuring a handy 150 x 114 x 8.1mm. the Kobo Aura eReader is available for pre-order in Canada, the U.S, U.K, Australia, as well as New Zealander for $149.99 a pop. available in black as well as pink (though we have not see it as an option on the pre-order page).

Published by Mike chua

Avid tech enthusiast, gadget lover, marketing critic and most importantly, love to reason and talk.

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