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This tablet has you covered in terms of basic functionality. You can browse the web, read books and articles, and listen to music and audiobooks. It also comes equipped with Amazon's virtual assistant - Alexa. You can ask her to set an alarm, check the weather, jot down a shopping list, and so on. See More
The Fire 7 is only around $50, but in terms of build quality and performance, it is easily comparable with $200+ tablets. The chassis is durable, and it will easily survive a fall to the ground. Apps load fairly quickly; streaming videos and playing games, for the most part, works very well, although it does occasionally feel sluggish. See More
While 4GB of internal memory is now pretty much standard, it still is quite a lot of room to store small eBook files. What is great about the Touch 2.0 though is that even with this ample on board storage users can expand their memory with a SD card. See More
Kobo is known for being an .epub reader and with that comes a more open platform than Amazons offering due to the openness of .epub in general. eBooks can be purchased from a wide range of store due to the openness of the reader and do not even have to consist of only .epub files since it also supports a wide range of other formats such as .mobi, .cbz/.cbr, .html and .pdf. See More
The Kobo Glo HD, when compared to the Kindle Voyage does not have as brght of a screen nor does it have an auto dimmer that detects ambient light. Though it is priced quite lower than the Voyage so it does make sense as to why some features are not comparable. See More
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