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    What are the major differences between this and the kindle paperwhite?
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    Have a look at some YouTube reviews to help you find that. Not allowed to post links here.
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    Same price in Argos, Curry's, Amazon and John Lewis (although currently out of stock) if you prefer any of those
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    While this is a good price, does anybody know of any colour e-ink devices?
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    Just looking for a cheap way to read library borrows not on phone, £70 good price tho can't justify as have Kindle also, any suggestions? Worst thing about Kindle, locked to Amazon
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    Richard_Jones7317/11/2021 12:19

    ....Worst thing about Kindle, locked to Amazon


    How'd you mean ? You can still sideload books...
    Obviously each manufacturer is geared towards their book shop.
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    I've been a Kobo rather than Kindle user. I am very happy with Kobo ereaders and the fact that you can use them with a wider variety of formats, especially epub.

    I have the next model up - the Clara HD which very good especially the addition of the Comfort Light Pro which in addition to adjustable brightness also provides blue light reduction so when reading at night it delivers a warmer orange light that won't affect sleep.

    Also worth checking their official refurb ereaders (that's what I purchased). You can get the Clara HD for £89 as oppoed to £120.
    Edited by: "Mottmania" 17th Nov 2021
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    RoosterNo117/11/2021 13:04

    How'd you mean ? You can still sideload books...Obviously each …How'd you mean ? You can still sideload books...Obviously each manufacturer is geared towards their book shop.


    How do you sideload library books on Kindle? I use borrowbox with the library and am pretty sure I wouldn't be able to put books on my Kindle from it. If I can I will be pleased
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    Richard_Jones7317/11/2021 14:27

    How do you sideload library books on Kindle? I use borrowbox with the …How do you sideload library books on Kindle? I use borrowbox with the library and am pretty sure I wouldn't be able to put books on my Kindle from it. If I can I will be pleased


    Not sure about library books, but you can convert and load books from the excellent software "calibre"
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    RoosterNo117/11/2021 15:04

    Not sure about library books, but you can convert and load books from the …Not sure about library books, but you can convert and load books from the excellent software "calibre"


    Yes I used to use that and strip DRM back in the day
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    Mottmania17/11/2021 13:49

    I've been a Kobo rather than Kindle user. I am very happy with Kobo …I've been a Kobo rather than Kindle user. I am very happy with Kobo ereaders and the fact that you can use them with a wider variety of formats, especially epub.I have the next model up - the Clara HD which very good especially the addition of the Comfort Light Pro which in addition to adjustable brightness also provides blue light reduction so when reading at night it delivers a warmer orange light that won't affect sleep.Also worth checking their official refurb ereaders (that's what I purchased). You can get the Clara HD for £89 as oppoed to £120.


    I'm hoping a deal for the Clara HD pops up in the sales to replace my trusty Nook (The rubbery plastic has gone tacky).
    £110 at John Lewis right now.

    Have a Kindle Fire which isn't ideal for a lot of reading but I found it was really fussy with non-amazon books, like losing bookmarks etc, so was put off their e-ink devices.
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    Fader20917/11/2021 16:18

    I'm hoping a deal for the Clara HD pops up in the sales to replace my …I'm hoping a deal for the Clara HD pops up in the sales to replace my trusty Nook (The rubbery plastic has gone tacky).£110 at John Lewis right now.Have a Kindle Fire which isn't ideal for a lot of reading but I found it was really fussy with non-amazon books, like losing bookmarks etc, so was put off their e-ink devices.


    I think the cheapest I've seen the Clara HD is £89.99 which is the price for the official refurb. My refurb was essentially a brand new device.
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    Fader20917/11/2021 16:18

    I'm hoping a deal for the Clara HD pops up in the sales to replace my …I'm hoping a deal for the Clara HD pops up in the sales to replace my trusty Nook (The rubbery plastic has gone tacky).£110 at John Lewis right now.Have a Kindle Fire which isn't ideal for a lot of reading but I found it was really fussy with non-amazon books, like losing bookmarks etc, so was put off their e-ink devices.


    Have you seen the Kobo Libra H2O is on offer at the moment, just a few quid more than the Clara? I've gone for the Libra at that price hotukdeals.com/dea…955
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    Syd17/11/2021 19:20

    Have you seen the Kobo Libra H2O is on offer at the moment, just a few …Have you seen the Kobo Libra H2O is on offer at the moment, just a few quid more than the Clara? I've gone for the Libra at that price https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/kobo-h20-libra-was-ps14999-now-ps11999-3825955


    The Clara didn't drop any further so took your advice and went for the Libra for a little more money. Now to wait for Xmas!
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