Kobo Arc 10HD, Arc 7HD and Arc 7 Tablets

along with the announcement of the Aura eReader, Kobo has introduced three new tablets that what you to go “beyond the book”. as expected, the three tablets, namely the Kobo Arc 10HD, Kobo Arc 7HD and Kobo Arc 7, are as pretty as their new E-ink counterparts. even though branded as tablets, Kobo insists that

Kobo Aura eReader

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.

Kobo Aura HD eReader

if you will agree with us, reading ebooks off LED backed display is not the most comfortable thing to do in the entire world and so for true ebook lovers, a real eReader is the gadget of choice, but for the even more “passionate, voracious reader”, you have to look to the new Kobo Aura HD eReader. well, at least that’s how Kobo CEO Michael Serbinis puts it.

Kobo Arc

another direct competition to the new Kindle Fire HD from Kobo is the Kobo Arc, a 7″ Android-powered tablet that features IPS panel with 1,280 x 800 resolution (215 ppi) and 16 million colors, a 1.3-megapixel HD 720p front-facing camera, driven by a 1.5GHz dual-core processor backed by 1GB of RAM, built-in WiFi, micro USB port, built-in microphone, 3.5mm stereo…

Kobo Glo and Kobo Mini e-Readers

not impressed with the new Kindle Paperwhite? or you simply want more options for your next e-Reader purchase? well, then you are in luck. Kobo is building up its e-Reader portfolio with two new e-ink based e-Readers, the Kobo Glo and the Kobo Mini. kicking off the new e-Reader line is the Kobo Glo, a 6″ e-Reader destined to go head-to-head with Amazon’s Kindle…

Kobo announced new touchscreen e-ink ebook reader

finally, touchscreen has finally arrived to ebook reader. Kobo has just announced its latest ebook reader, dubbed the eReader Touch Edition, that’s touchscreen enabled. before the Touch Edition, touchscreen e-ink never really takeoff due to its lack of clarity and low contrast. however, Kobo managed to overcome…