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Kobo Libra H20 eBook Reader Reviewed

September 14th, 2019

PCMag reviews the new Kobo Libra H20 eReader. Pictures and specs at the link.

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Kobo Forma and Kobo Libra H20 Compared

September 10th, 2019

GoodeReader compares the Kobo Forma and the new Kobo Libra H20 eReaders.

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More on the New Kobo Libra H2O

September 8th, 2019

TechCrunch offers more details on the new Kobo Libra H2O eReader. It’s a worthy contender to Amazon’s pricey Kindle Oasis.

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Kobo Libra H20

September 7th, 2019

GoodeReader features the new Kobo Libra H20 and wonders if you’ll buy one of the (very affordable – $169 US) eReaders when they hit the market in the coming weeks.

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New Kobo eReader Coming Soon

August 24th, 2019

GoodeReader reports that Kobo will release a new eReader in the coming weeks.

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Best eReaders for Library Loans

August 23rd, 2019

GoodeReader lists the best eReaders to use when borrowing eBooks from the library.

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Amazon Kindle Oasis 3 and Kobo Forma eReader Compared

August 19th, 2019

GoodeReader compares Amazon’s Kindle Oasis 3 to the Kobo Forma eReader.

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Walmart Launching $69.96 Kobo Aura eReader

August 10th, 2019

According to a GoodeReader report, Walmart is finally embracing the eBook game by launching a Kobo Aura Walmart eBook Edition eReader for just $69.96.

This after the sole Kobo distributor for the US and retail giant seemed to have gone passive after inking the deal with the international eBook seller.

That price and eBook selection is bound to grab some attention. (And maybe provide a much-needed shake up in the Amazon-dominated eBook Revolution.)

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$300-Million Loss to eBook Pirates

July 29th, 2019

A Forbes article says U.S. Publishers are losing $300-million annually to eBook Piracy. Then the paper drops the ball with a shrug regarding the reasons eBook Piracy is rife.

eBookRumors.com has been repeating this mantra for years: publishers need to lower prices on eBooks; make them more accessible by removing DRM; and break out of the proprietary formats that undercut all feelings of true ownership.

Consumers clearly feel ripped off by the people who sell them digital products. That’s why they’re so comfortable ripping off the publishers and authors in turn.

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Best eBook Stores

July 28th, 2019

MakeUseOf posted its list of best places to buy eBooks.

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