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IT DOES THE JOB,
This review is from: Kobo eReader Mini Edition (White) (Electronics)
I bought this on the whim from WHsmith I saw how cute and small it was, and i just had to have it. Now having previously played about on a kindle and nook at PC world I knew it wasn't going to be super fast like those other products for the price of just £30, but I still bought it. I dont regret buying it at all, as its very small and compact. It does the job which is display me all the books I want and allows me to read easily. It took a while setting up but it was worth the wait. Its slower than a KIndle fire but it does navigate to where you would like to go. It connects easily with the internet and syncs the books wirelessly if needs be. By the way I am a 17 yr old who isn't very patient and so I believe that if I can put up with the kobo mini's speed then anyone can. The screen I believe it is very clear and also similar to a white washed paper and it doesn't hurt my eyes. I have also discovered on the internet a software which allows you to convert kindle books to mobi files that can be placed into the kobo-which i have just done today very easily.
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Initial post: 17 Jan 2014 21:57:53 GMT
I wonder if this young lady could inform where to find the software to convert Kindle books to mobi files.
In reply to an earlier post on 20 Aug 2014 19:24:02 BDT
P. Elliott says:
Calibre does a lot of conversion.
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