Kobo eReader Touch Review, Specs, Price and Features

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Global leader in eReading Company, Kobo just announced a new 6 inch eReader, called Kobo eReader Touch. Kobo eReader Touch Edition is thin and light eReader with a revolutionary new touch screen experience with new design for people who love to read. The company made this device for compete with Barnes & Noble’s Nook series and Amazon.com’s Kindle.

Kobo eReader Touch Edition Specifications

Kobo eReader Touch Edition will be boast a 6 inch Pearl high contrast E Ink display provides a superb, high contrast reading experience even in bright sunlight, 1GB of internal storage offer over 1,000 eBooks, an SD memory card slot up to 32 GB SD that offer up to 30,000 eBooks, a virtual keyboard and Freescale’s i.MX508 processor provide deliver fast performance on eInk devices for better reading PDF documents on the go. Other specifications includes a micro USB port, 802.11 b/g/n WiFi for connectivity and battery provide up to 10 days or 10,000 page turns.

Kobo eReader Touch Features

Kobo Touch Edition is the first eReader to be available in multiple languages: English, German, Spanish, Italian, and French. Other features of the new Kobo eReader includes a Zeforce infrared touch screen technology, built-in Miriam Webster dictionary, Single Home Button for easy navigation, new UI to make it more touch-friendly and access to the Kobo Store that provides 2.3 million ebooks

Kobo eReader Touch Price

Dimensions of the Kobo Touch Edition are 6.5 x 4.5 x 0.4 inches with weight 200 grams. “This is the first eReader you can put in your pocket, take with you anywhere, and read for hours just like a real book, with ultimate comfort and no distraction.” said Michael Serbinis, CEO, Kobo Inc.  The eReader Touch Edition is available now for pre order in silver, lilac, blue, or black color options with soft-quilted back and will be release in early June 2011. You can purchase the device with starting price at $129.99.

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