Kobo eReader Touch Edition
Light and small.
Crisp 6-inch E Ink screen.
Syncs with Kobo apps on other devices.
Simple, distraction-free reading experience.
An expansion slot for additional memory.
Good battery life.
Low price point.
Zoom and pan on PDF reader.
Touch screen is sometimes slow.
Main page is utilitarian.
Illustrating only the books you are currently reading offering boring links to your library.
No hardware buttons for turning pages.
Setup requires a computer.
Social features are more gimmicky than useful.
Performance lags in storefront.
Lack of 3G option.
Some echoes of previous page's display.
Slow shopping procedure.
By uk.hardware.info on November 15, 2012
At the end of 2011 e-readers seemed to have landed in troubled waters. Not because of a resurgence of the hardcover, but because of how quickly the mainstream embraced tablets. E-readers struggled to create a niche for themselves since the 90s, but...-
By 5FWD on June 12, 2012
The Kobo Touch is a very good, and highly commended tablet with a great touchscreen, and is more than capable of acting as an alternative to the Amazon Kindle. That said , we’d still prefer an Amazon Kindle. Kobo Touch is tagged with Kobo, touch,...80
By PC Authority on February 22, 2012
The Kobo Touch is a superb ebook reader, with a top-notch screen and excellent store. Read our review....83
By PC Pro on December 27, 2011
A superb ebook reader, with a top-notch screen and excellent...83
By Pocket-lint on November 25, 2011
A great little eBook reader that challenges Amazon's Kindle, and gives wider access to more book...80
By Expert Reviews on November 12, 2011
An intuitive touch-based interface, rich text-formatting options and social networking features make the Kobo eReader Touch a great alternative to the Kindle...100
By Computeractive on November 11, 2011
An easy-to-use touch-screen and simple interface make the Kobo a very good ebook reader...100
By itreviews.com on November 10, 2011
We rather like the Kobo eReader Touch Edition. Its page navigation system is intuitive, and there's certainly a large enough library of e-books to choose, from both free and paid-for. Add in the fact that you can read texts in multiple formats and...80
By Trusted Reviews on November 09, 2011
The Kobo Touch is the latest ereader to try and lure in the high street buyer. And for the most part, it’s a great success. It’s thin, light, attractive and has a good E-ink screen. On pure speed it can’t match the latest Kindle, and...80
By CNET Australia on November 07, 2011
Although the Kobo eReader Touch is missing features we think would make it better yet, it remains one of the best E Ink options available in...95