Kobo Mini

alaTest har samlat in och analyserat 171 tester för Kobo Mini. Det genomsnittliga betyget av denna produkt är 3.8/5, att jämföra med genomsnittsbetyget 4.1/5 för produkter i samma kategori. Recensenterna gillar storleken och prisvärdheten. Lagringen uppskattas inte lika mycket.

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Expertrecension från : K. T. Bradford (digitaltrends.com)

Kobo Mini Review

 

The Kobo Mini comes with a budget price tag yet doesn't come off as cheap.

The $80 Kobo Mini comes with a budget price tag yet doesn’t come off as cheap. Yes, to get to that price point there are sacrifices in quality — you won’t get the crispest screen or the fastest performance. But this is not a crappy dollar store...

Jan 2013

Expertrecension från : Brian Heater (engadget.com)

Kobo Mini review: does the world need a smaller e-reader?

 

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Inexpensive ; Notably small and lightweight ; Intuitive UI

Limited screen space ; No expandable storage ; Low-contrast display

The Kobo Mini is lightweight and temptingly priced, but that smaller form factor also comes with some trade-offs.

Nov 2012

Expertrecension från : David Carnoy (cnet.com)

Is Kobo's Mini too small or too big?

 

The affordable Kobo Mini is a likable touch-screen e-ink e-reader that's a bit of an in-betweener -- too small for some and not quite small enough for others.

The ; is a modestly priced, very compact Wi-Fi-enabled e-ink e-reader with a 5-inch touch screen. It supports EPUB files, it's compatible with any e-book store that uses the Adobe DRM format, and with Wi-Fi off it gets up to a month's worth of battery...

Ideally, the device would be even smaller and thinner. Also, Kobo's selection of e-books lags behind Amazon's and Barnes & Noble's. Loading library loaners and third-party e-book purchases requires tethering to a PC.

The affordable Kobo Mini is a likable touch-screen e-ink e-reader that's too small for some and not quite small enough for others.

Jan 2013

Expertrecension från : Jamie Lendino (pcmag.com)

Kobo Mini

 

With its 5-inch touch screen, the Kobo Mini caters to an underserved market: Those who want a tiny, dedicated ebook reader. Unfortunately, it also underperforms.

Inexpensive for a touch screen ebook reader. Small, cute form factor. Powerful ecosystem of books, mobile, and PC apps. Supports ePub format.

Sluggish. Slightly stubborn touch screen. Display is noticeably smaller than that of a paperback book. No memory card slot.

Other Features, Store, and Conclusions While reading, you can highlight text, look up words in the built-in dictionary, and share passages on Facebook or Twitter directly from the device. The Mini also comes with Reading Life, which tracks your reading...

Nov 2012

Expertrecension från : Anna Attkisson (laptopmag.com)

Kobo Mini Review

 

The Kobo Mini's 5-inch display gives e-reader fans a portable and affordable option, but the reading experience feels cramped compared with the competition.

Compact design; Large e-book selection; Unique Reading Life Stats

Tiny screen doesn't fit much text on the page; E-books more expensive than competition; Can't share book passages or lend books; Very small periodical selection

The Kobo Mini's 5-inch display gives e-reader fans a portable and affordable option, but the reading experience feels cramped compared with the competition.

Maj 2013

Expertrecension från : Jamie Carter (techradar.com)

Kobo Mini review

 

A small e-ink e-reader with Wi-Fi, customised type and EPUB side-loading

Portable ; EPUB compatibility ; Screen calibration options ; Kobo interface

No 3G ; Drab design ; Average processor ; Side-loading requires PC/Mac

If you'd rather not travel with a high-end tablet and think that even a Kindle is too big to carry on the daily commute, the touchscreen Kobo Mini could be the e-reader for you.

Nov 2012

Expertrecension från : David Carnoy (cnet.co.uk)

Kobo Mini review

 

Those of you out there who are e-reader scholars may remember that a couple of years ago, Sony was offering a 5-inch e-reader with no Wi-Fi, the Pocket Edition PRS-350 . You can still find that model for sale for $99, but Sony has since moved on to its...

The Kobo Mini is a modestly priced, very compact Wi-Fi-enabled e-ink e-reader with a 5-inch touch screen. It supports EPUB files, it's compatible with any e-book store that uses the Adobe DRM format, and with Wi-Fi off it gets up to a month's worth of...

Ideally, the device would be even smaller and thinner. Also, Kobo's selection of e-books lags behind Amazon's and Barnes & Noble's. Loading library loaners and third-party e-book purchases requires tethering to a PC.

The affordable Kobo Mini is a likable touch-screen e-ink e-reader that's too small for some and not quite small enough for others.

Jan 2013

Expertrecension från : David Ludlow (expertreviews.co.uk)

Kobo Mini review

 

It's great to see a small eReader and the price is great, but the quality of the touchscreen lets it down

It's always nice to see something different and the small size of the Mini certainly gives you another option if size is everything. It’s hard to knock the price, too, which is excellent, especially for a touchscreen device. It’s not all good news,...

Okt 2012

Expertrecension från : Michelle Starr (cnet.com.au)

Kobo Mini

 

Kobo has announced the Mini, a 5-inch e-reader that is pretty much a scaled-down version of the Touch.

Stay tuned for our full review.

Sep 2012

Expertrecension från : Julie Strietelmeier (the-gadgeteer.com)

Kobo Mini and Glo eReaders review

 

Are you interested in switching to an eReader device so that you can carry more books with you, but without all the bulk? For the past few years, choosing an eBook reading device aka eReader has been a choice between 2 main companies. Amazon with the...

Mini is very portable ; Glo has a very even front-light ; Great battery life

Books tend to be more expensive and not available as early as Kindle / Nook versions ; Mini version does not have a microSD card and requires a desktop app to copy books ; No 3G capability

Sep 2013