Kobo Arc 10HD
Sharp screen with a high color gamut.
Reading, organizing, and shopping for books easy.
A Micro-HDMI port is a nice perk.
Uncomfortable when holding it.
Internal storage is limited to 16GB.
Lacks expansion slot.
By CNET Australia on February 13, 2014
A powerful, impressive tablet that's let down a little by its heavy weight and small design...69
By GadgetSpeak on February 06, 2014
As a store within a store, Kobo offers readers a viable alternative to that available from the Amazon Kindle family. Kobo even offers a full fledged tablet...76
By Engadget on January 17, 2014
Added reading features aren't enough to help Kobo stand out in a crowded tablet...71
By Wired UK on January 14, 2014
The Kobo Arc 10HD offers a wonderful screen and a searingly fast processor as well as easy access to a huge range of Barnes & Noble books, mags, music, films and games. But it's nearly twice as heavy as the slightly more expensive Kindle Fire HDX...70
By DigitalVersus on January 09, 2014
The Arc 10HD is a successful first outing for Kobo in the world of HD+ tablets. It's user-friendly and pretty much always gets the job done. Its greatest weakness is its battery life, which is a shame since everything else about it makes you want to...80
By Computer Shopper on December 31, 2013
The Arc 10HD has a lot to offer on paper, but its lack of storage expansion and fatiguing heft detract from its reading-friendly assets....60
By Good Gear Guide on December 17, 2013
The Kobo Arc 10HD is fairly expensive to be bought purely as a reading device and the heavy build, limited storage capacity and dim screen are downsides. It offers a great reading experience, but only a decent tablet...60
By PC Mag on December 13, 2013
Kobo's Arc 10HD tablet has power to spare, but its heavy build and cumbersome Android customizations make it a tough sell at...60
By 5FWD on December 06, 2013
Kobo’s latest tablet isn’t as easy on the eye and doesn’t have the lengthy battery of an e-reader, but its Reading Mode is a decent alternative. It’s especially good if you want to sink into full-colour magazines or comics and...80
By TechRadar on December 04, 2013
This is a high-end tablet that is competitively priced. It stylish, powerful and cheaper than the iPad Air. The addition of a micro-HDMI out port is a welcome bit of extra connectivity that marks the Kobo Arc 10HD out from other high-end tablets. But...80