Kobo Vox e-Reader 7" Reviews
Product Type: Kobo Tablet PCs / eBook Readers
Description:Manufacturer: Kobo / Size: /"
Newest Review: ... that for me, someone who has no particularly technical knowledge, or technical needs, the Kobo Vox does everything it sets ... more
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Customer Kobo Vox e-Reader 7" Reviews (3)
by - written on 01/05/13 (Useful, 13 readings)
The Kobo Vox was my introduction to the world of ereaders /tablets, so I have nothing to compare with, BUT, I have found it to be an absolutely great piece of kit. It was a gift so I had no preconceptions about what I wanted to use it for but the functions I have used have met all my needs. The main usage is obviously as an ereader, and this is where I feel I am better off with my Kobo that with a Kindle. I have downloaded the Kindle app onto my vox, so I have full access to the Kindle store (often slightly (pence) cheaper than the Kobo store) and can read those books on my Vox. The Kobo store itself is accessible by 'one touch', the purchasing is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/02/13 (Very useful, 26 readings)
The kobo ereader is a basic tablet, that comes with android preinstalled. It costs around £100 from WHSmith, and to be honest... I would just save your money. Its a 7 inch tablet, making it pretty small. And it is designed primarily to be used as an e-reader. However, the idea is that it is more than just an e-reader, it can do basic tablet-like things as well. Sadly though, I personally did not think that this e-reader was good enough at being a tablet to warrant the money over a kindle. Whats worse is that its not that brilliant at being an e-reader either. Lets start with the performance. Watching BBC iplayer in low-def on this is like watching a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/09/12 (Useful, 25 readings)
I am originally one of the unconverted who preferred to be able to carry a book with me. My wife bought me this for my birthday and i was suprised at how easy it was to set up. It looks and feels great with the quilted back cover. It is not just an E Reader but acts as a sort of mini tablet as well. The price was extremely low considering the Kindle costs more and does less. Not only can it hold all your books but it is Wi-Fi enable allowing you to surf the net and check social media eg Facebook and Twitter. With the Android operating system you also have access to the Android/Google Store so you can download Apps, I even managed to download a Kindle App so i could get .. Read the complete review
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