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Opening Times

Vehicle Rentals:
Monday – Thursday: 8am – 6pm
Sunday & Friday: 8am – 1pm

Workshop:

Sunday – Thursday: 8am – 6pm
Friday: 8am – 3pm

Vehicle Rentals: 0330 380 6348
Workshop: 0161 249 6420

Open 24 Hours

HGV Repairs: 0161 207 0330
Recovery & Tyres: 0330 555 0330

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This is one area where the Oasis clearly beats the Kobo, as Amazon’s reader does support auto-brightness. The Kobo Libra H2O is also, as the name implies, waterproof, with an IPX8 rating. This means it’ll easily survive splashes and dunks, an up to an hour under 2 meters of water. We found the buttons to click crisply and a bit loudly. The page turning is as responsive as on any other reader, with no lag.

The Kobo Nia is the company’s newest entry-level reader. Compared to the basic Kindle with a 167 ppi screen, it has a sharper 212 ppi screen.

When we searched for the NYT best sellers, Amazon’s library came out as the winner. Amazon’s Kindle books were all as cheap as any other vendor’s. The Libra H2O matches almost all the features of the Kindle Oasis for less money, minus the Amazon ecosystem.

  • In this case, those tradeoffs have to do with raw audio power leading to a slightly diminished battery lifespan.
  • And neither pair of buds have serious sync problems, but only HELM Audio True Headphones have the ability to extend a signal out towards 80ft.
  • Of course, there are also some tradeoffs to running extra strong bass tones, as with the Helm Audio True Wireless Earbuds.
  • More specifically, there’s 3.5 hours of listening possible from each earbud.

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But it has similar flaws, including a recessed screen and a lack of waterproofing. The 7-inch screen is an inch bigger than that of the Kobo Clara HD or the Kindle Paperwhite , and it has the same 300-dpi resolution. Like the Clara HD or the Kindle Oasis, the screen’s color temperature can be set to filter out blue light as you approach your bedtime, while the brightness is adjustable, but only manually.

If you prefer, you can tap the screen to go back and forth, but the buttons are the main reason to pay the extra money. We were initially thrown off by whether the “up” button was meant to advance or flip back, but appreciated that it could be set to our preference in the settings menu. We tested the Kindle Paperwhite’s IPX8 waterproofing by submerging it in a pitcher of water for an hour; Amazon says it can survive for that long in water up to 2 meters deep. The reader worked just fine when we took it out, although we were surprised how much water came out of the Micro-USB port when we shook it. We could even hear water sloshing around inside, but after a few minutes of standing upright to dry, the moisture was gone.

I don’t want the hassle of dealing with a subscription to Kindle unlimited or prime, or using audible. I can check out audiobooks from the library and listen to them on my phone. Some models have a more paper feel than others, but in general, it is a close to a paper as a screen can get. Most manufacturers use E Ink technology screen type technology that delivers a consistent reading performance even under direct sunlight.

It’s waterproof, has physical controls and a 7-inch screen, as well as screen light color temperature adjustment for late-night reading. The Kindle Paperwhite’s great display, even lighting, waterproofing, and affordable price, coupled with Amazon’s vast collection of reading material, make it the best device dedicated to reading. I think it is, especially now that Amazon sells them at a discount. At the same time, an update Paperwhite has improved its features and got quite close to the ex-flagship Voyage. We have updated our Paperwhite review by the way to reflect the changes. And lastly, I don’t care about the ecosystem, per se because both Kobo and Amazon will carry the types of books I’m interested in. What does concern me is being locked in and urged to buy from constant ads.

It is a type of an open electronic book file standard set by IDPF. The format can be read on multiple devices such as tablets, computers, eReaders. As you see, Kobo devices support most eBook file types with exception of Apple iBooks and Kindle files. No other eBook reader out there has such a wide eBook reader file support.