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Any e-readers similar to the Kobo Aura One?
#11  Cedros 08-15-2020, 01:35 PM
I'm very happy with my H2O edition 2, but I had the Kobo Aura One on my wish list. Kobo changes its line of readers too often! A good way to keep the consumer buying, of course, but I wonder why there isn't more investment in fine-tuning and updating existing models.
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#12  Maritimer555 08-20-2020, 07:59 PM
My last reader was the Aura One. I switched to the newer Forma and love it. I like the size and the physical page turn buttons.
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#13  Pajamaman 08-21-2020, 08:16 AM
The onyx nova has exactly the dimensions of the aura one and is flush screen.
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#14  Cedros 08-21-2020, 11:04 AM
Quote Maritimer555
My last reader was the Aura One. I switched to the newer Forma and love it. I like the size and the physical page turn buttons.
That's good to know! Thank you! I'll take another look at the Forma.
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#15  MustardOrMayo 08-23-2020, 05:00 PM
I do like the 7.8" display size, as it's comparable to mass-market paperbacks! I have a Likebook Muses, which is a little taller, but narrower than the UK B-format cover size.

The ones I know of:
  1. Likebook Ares Note (successor to the Likebook Muses, in turn the successor to the Likebook Mars)
  2. BOOX Nova2
  3. PocketBook InkPad 3 (a 4th generation may come out soon)
  4. (if you live in the US) Barnes & Noble NOOK GlowLight Plus
  5. (if you live in Taiwan) Readmoo mooInk+
  6. (if you live in South Korea) Ridibooks PAPER PRO
  7. (if you live in China) Dangdang Reader R7

In my opinion, I'd go for the BOOX Nova2, or the Likebook Ares Note.

I replied before realising that you'll probably be getting a Kobo Forma, but I'll leave my reply here.
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