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Kobo Aura Edition 2 Ereader £79.99 with free shipping at Kobo
Kobo Aura Edition 2 Ereader £79.99 with free shipping at Kobo

Kobo Aura Edition 2 Ereader £79.99 with free shipping at Kobo

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£99.99 elsewhere at the moment so 20% off. Not a bad deal and reviews are not terrible.

It has a 6" Carta E Ink touchscreen, 1024 x 768 resolution 212 ppi, with night light glow thingy & 4GB memory.

Can't seem to find out if this has an SD card slot. Any owners can you confirm please?

12 Comments

this is a basic ereader

heres a review

Good side by side comparison to Paperwhite here - youtube.com/wat…zDM

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AR2012

this is a basic ereaderheres a review



Thanks, no SD card slot so not for me.

mudlover

Thanks, no SD card slot so not for me.



You must read a LOT of books

Buyers beware, my screen failed after three months. Was told I'd dropped the device (never moved from bedside table).
Customer service is non-existent, search online for 'Kobo screen faulty'.
Bought a Kindle and never looked back.

BolshyDonna

Buyers beware, my screen failed after three months. Was told I'd dropped … Buyers beware, my screen failed after three months. Was told I'd dropped the device (never moved from bedside table).Customer service is non-existent, search online for 'Kobo screen faulty'.Bought a Kindle and never looked back.



Yeah Amazon may be a bunch of tax dodgers, but you cannot fault their CS. I've even had returns accepted a few weeks after the guarantee period. They go out of their way to retain your business. But they pay less tax than they should and some of their elves have to sleep in tents after their shifts. What a dilemma to have!

Just hope you never have the misfortune to need service from Kobo, I had a faulty unit and they expected me to return it to the Netherlands at my expense.


Edited by: "mechdroid" 18th Dec 2016

BolshyDonna

Buyers beware, my screen failed after three months. Was told I'd dropped … Buyers beware, my screen failed after three months. Was told I'd dropped the device (never moved from bedside table).Customer service is non-existent, search online for 'Kobo screen faulty'.Bought a Kindle and never looked back.



What did the retailer say? Assuming you didn't buy directly from Kobo. Onus is on them to prove the fault wasn't there from purchase if it develops within 6 months.

I'd go with the Kobo Aura One if your budget will stretch

stringsonfire

I'd go with the Kobo Aura One if your budget will stretch



At more than twice the price? That's quite a budget stretch...

BolshyDonna

Buyers beware, my screen failed after three months. Was told I'd dropped … Buyers beware, my screen failed after three months. Was told I'd dropped the device (never moved from bedside table).Customer service is non-existent, search online for 'Kobo screen faulty'.Bought a Kindle and never looked back.


Hope you got your Kindle from JohnLewis for the 2-yr warranty, Amazon aren't interested in fault repairs if you've had your device more than 1 year. Own experience.

I have a Kobo arc 10, with Android kitkat, but there is poor software support and no updates, not sure how it will fair on these devices, but it's something to consider before purchasing!
Edited by: "mitz88" 19th Dec 2016
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