Kobo touch 2gb e-reader - £29. @ Asda instore & online - HotUKDeals
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Was looking for a kindle earlier, and came across this. It's currently 79 at WH SMITH and the white version is 79 in asda. The black is 29. They had one in stock in our local (dumbarton) but I click and collected another as one was for my OH. I thought it was a good deal.
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#2


That's the nook rather than the KOBO .
#3
Not great reviews but a fab price for a basic ereader, so heat it is...
#4
£20 @ staples? (oh, nevermind OOS)

Edited By: TehJumpingJawa on Jun 28, 2014 17:53
#5
Cant really lose for that price. Heat.
#6
awesome find thankyou!
#7
Excellent find! Just ordered one for taking on holiday! Saves precious space in my suitcase.......don't have to lug several books now!!!!!
#8
Oos now
#9
:( oos but heat for your effort!
#10
Hmm, this or a second hand kindle for around £40...
#11
Think this is the one that is £20 at Staples
banned#12
As a daily user of this Kobo for the past 18+ months, I can confirm it is a great device, does the job well and at this price is an absolute bargain...

Edited By: copthis1 on Jun 29, 2014 07:26: spelling
#13
leelukehope
Hmm, this or a second hand kindle for around £40...


Advantage of this or a Nook over a Kindle is that this can use other ebook formats like epub. It's not too hard to convert your Kindle books to epub if you want to read them on this. Equally you can convert epub books to read on a kindle, so in the end it's just whether you want the simplicity of a Kindle and the Amazon book store or if you want to be a bit cheaper and have a reader that is more likely compatible with the free system offered by many local libraries. (and easier if dodgily acquired books...)
#14
leelukehope
Hmm, this or a second hand kindle for around £40...

I picked up a Kindle Touch in Staples yesterday for £39, try there before you look at used ones.
#15
leelukehope
Hmm, this or a second hand kindle for around £40...

Neither, get a new Nook Touch instead. Cheaper than a secondhand Kindle and you get a warranty (not that you'll need it) and better build quality and OS than a Kobo.
Mother has a Kobo and I've no end of call outs to it when it's not adding new books from the Kobo store. Even Kobo themselves don't know how to fix the issue (it's happened with 2 Kobo she's had now) and said the only way to get them on is by side loading via Adobe!

My Nook has been faultless
#16
Waterboy8535
leelukehope
Hmm, this or a second hand kindle for around £40...
Neither, get a new Nook Touch instead. Cheaper than a secondhand Kindle and you get a warranty (not that you'll need it) and better build quality and OS than a Kobo.
Mother has a Kobo and I've no end of call outs to it when it's not adding new books from the Kobo store. Even Kobo themselves don't know how to fix the issue (it's happened with 2 Kobo she's had now) and said the only way to get them on is by side loading via Adobe!

My Nook has been faultless

I thought Nook went bankrupt though?
#17
kaelsie
Excellent find! Just ordered one for taking on holiday! Saves precious space in my suitcase.......don't have to lug several books now!!!!!

blimey, how longs ur holiday that u need several books?
only kidding, Great deal, heat.
#18
leelukehope
Waterboy8535
leelukehope
Hmm, this or a second hand kindle for around £40...
Neither, get a new Nook Touch instead. Cheaper than a secondhand Kindle and you get a warranty (not that you'll need it) and better build quality and OS than a Kobo.
Mother has a Kobo and I've no end of call outs to it when it's not adding new books from the Kobo store. Even Kobo themselves don't know how to fix the issue (it's happened with 2 Kobo she's had now) and said the only way to get them on is by side loading via Adobe!

My Nook has been faultless

I thought Nook went bankrupt though?

Nope, still going, and I wouldn't write them off just yet. Now separate from Barnes and Noble. Just partnered up branding deal with Samsung, and already partners with Microsoft (who own 18% of Nook)
#19
Waterboy8535
leelukehope
Waterboy8535
leelukehope
Hmm, this or a second hand kindle for around £40...
Neither, get a new Nook Touch instead. Cheaper than a secondhand Kindle and you get a warranty (not that you'll need it) and better build quality and OS than a Kobo.
Mother has a Kobo and I've no end of call outs to it when it's not adding new books from the Kobo store. Even Kobo themselves don't know how to fix the issue (it's happened with 2 Kobo she's had now) and said the only way to get them on is by side loading via Adobe!

My Nook has been faultless

I thought Nook went bankrupt though?

Nope, still going, and I wouldn't write them off just yet. Now separate from Barnes and Noble. Just partnered up branding deal with Samsung, and already partners with Microsoft (who own 18% of Nook)

Ah ok that's interesting, well thanks for the info will bare that in mind!
#20
professor yaffle
leelukehope
Hmm, this or a second hand kindle for around £40...

I picked up a Kindle Touch in Staples yesterday for £39, try there before you look at used ones.

Cheers for that, will take a look. What store was it by the way? Wouldn't happen to have been Edgware would it lol?
#21
crowcrow
leelukehope
Hmm, this or a second hand kindle for around £40...

Advantage of this or a Nook over a Kindle is that this can use other ebook formats like epub. It's not too hard to convert your Kindle books to epub if you want to read them on this. Equally you can convert epub books to read on a kindle, so in the end it's just whether you want the simplicity of a Kindle and the Amazon book store or if you want to be a bit cheaper and have a reader that is more likely compatible with the free system offered by many local libraries. (and easier if dodgily acquired books...)

Ooh ok, well thanks for the extra info, will have a look around.
#22
leelukehope
professor yaffle
leelukehope
Hmm, this or a second hand kindle for around £40...

I picked up a Kindle Touch in Staples yesterday for £39, try there before you look at used ones.

Cheers for that, will take a look. What store was it by the way? Wouldn't happen to have been Edgware would it lol?

Unfortunately it was about 140 miles from Edgware in Telford! One of the staff had already bought one and kindly opened it so we could have a look. They said the Kindle offer was also advertised (as well as the Kobe) so I assume its Nationwide if the stores have them.
#23
professor yaffle
leelukehope
professor yaffle
leelukehope
Hmm, this or a second hand kindle for around £40...

I picked up a Kindle Touch in Staples yesterday for £39, try there before you look at used ones.

Cheers for that, will take a look. What store was it by the way? Wouldn't happen to have been Edgware would it lol?

Unfortunately it was about 140 miles from Edgware in Telford! One of the staff had already bought one and kindly opened it so we could have a look. They said the Kindle offer was also advertised (as well as the Kobe) so I assume its Nationwide if the stores have them.

Well I'm in stoke for uni and that's not too far from telford is it? or is it lol? If it is nationwide then I owe ya a pint as both me and my mum are looking for one and that's an excellent price.
#24
Found in asda Bilton in Hull

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