Kobo Vox

alaTest har samlat in och analyserat 163 tester för Kobo Vox. Det genomsnittliga betyget av denna produkt är 3.5/5, att jämföra med genomsnittsbetyget 4.1/5 för produkter i samma kategori. Storleken och bärbarheten får positiva omdömen men Tillförlitligheten uppskattas inte lika mycket. Konstruktionen får blandade omdömen.

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Expertrecension från (engadget.com)

Kobo Vox review

 

The Vox has last-generation hardware and largely uninspiring software. It's a hard sell against the Nook Tablet and Kindle Fire.

Dec 2011

Expertrecension från : Gordon Kelly (trustedreviews.com)

Kobo Vox eBook Reader

 

The Amazon Kindle Fire gets a globally available rival, sadly just not a credible one.

Reasonably priced eReader/tablet hybrid ; Excellent Kobo eBook store

Second rate display causes eye strain ; Underpowered hardware ; Poorly thought out build choices ; Woeful battery life

For anyone buying an eBook reader primarily for, well… reading this will be the end of the matter. That said is the dream alive for an occasional reader who wants a cheap Android tablet?

Dec 2011

Expertrecension från : David Carnoy (cnet.com)

Kobo Vox review: Kobo Vox

 

Kobo Vox

The $199 ; is a relatively affordable Android-based tablet, with a reasonably attractive design, and an expansion slot for more memory beyond its internal 8GB. Kobo's e-reading app and e-book store are integrated into the device and you also get access...

Books don't load as quickly as they should, the screen isn't incredibly responsive, the battery life is only OK, and the device ships with what appears to be a proprietary cable for charging and transferring files. There's no access to the full Android...

While it's relatively affordable, the Kobo Vox is a truly unexceptional Android tablet, with nothing to recommend it over the identically priced Kindle Fire.

Dec 2011

Expertrecension från : Eugene Kim (pcmag.com)

Kobo Vox

 

The price may be right at $199, but the Kobo Vox Android tablet/ebook reader cuts too many corners and falls short of the competition in nearly every way.

Bright 1,024-by-600-pixel display. Tracks reading progress and statistics.

Unresponsive screen. Sluggish performance. Unpolished OS. Poor battery life for an ebook reader.

Conclusions With the Vox, Kobo tries to mimic the Amazon Kindle Fire, and fails in pretty much every way. Kobo was able to hit that magic $199 price point, but at the cost of performance and polish. The Kindle Fire is a great product at a budget price....

Dec 2011

Expertrecension från : JoannaStern (theverge.com)

Kobo Vox review

 

Can Kobo jump into the cheap e-reader / tablet game and catch up to the Kindle Fire and Nook Tablet?

Easy to sideload apps ; Looks decent from afar ; Good selection of books

Feels cheap ; Screen can be unresponsive ; Software is sluggish ; Much slower than the Fire or Nook Tablet

Nov 2011

Expertrecension från : Melissa J. Perenson (pcworld.com)

Kobo Vox Review: A Social, Multipurpose E-Reader and Tablet

 

The Kobo Vox is a value-priced tablet with a twist. Like its E Ink sibling, the Kobo Touch e-reader, the Vox has a social focus, and places an emphasis on sharing reading experiences. At $200 (as of November 20, 2011), the Kobo Vox is priced the same...

Reading-centric interface tweaks to stock Android ; Well-designed reading interface

Comparatively thick and chunky to hold

Kobo's Android 2.3-based tablet offers a social-reading-focused, value-priced alternative to the big guns.

Nov 2011

Expertrecension från (t3.com)

Kobo Vox eReader review

 

Can the Kobo Vox ereader take on the Amazon Kindle Fire?

Big colour screen ; Comfy quilted back ; 1 million free books

Screen strains eyes ; No Android Market ; No USB charging

Expertrecension från : LAPTOP Contributor (laptopmag.com)

Kobo Vox

 

The Kobo Vox eReader has some interesting social-networking features, but doesn't rise above the competition.

Click to EnlargeAt $179, the Kobo Vox offers a unique reading experience for an affordable price. The display and social networking features are pretty compelling. However, the Vox falls short of the Kindle Fire when it comes to app selection and both...

Maj 2012

Expertrecension från : Chris Hall (pocket-lint.com)

Kobo Vox

 

The Kobo Vox eReader is a 7-inch Android tablet looking to offer the same sort of experience as the Kindle Fire in the US. With the Kindle enjoying successes State-side, Kobo is looking to replicate that, and bring reading and wider multimedia...

Cheap, Kobo's modifications make itservices easy to get into

It's neither the best solution for reading, nor the best for a tablet, battery life is poor, lacks Google certification

The compromise you have to make with the Kobo Vox is clear: it is good value for money and you get a tablet that has been reasonably well built and offers a wide variety of features. But you get neither the best tablet experience nor the best reading...

Mar 2012

Expertrecension från : Stuff.tv (stuff.tv)

Kobo Vox review

 

Hot on the heels of the Kobo Wireless and the Kobo Touch comes the Kobo Vox – the latest addition to the Canadian brand's ereader arsenal and another UK exclusive for WH Smith. Read the Kobo Touch review Clearly designed to rival the Amazon Kindle...

Nov 2011