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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 193392 9-Mar-2016 12:11
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Kobo wanted, must be Kobo as all my books are on Kobo.


Consider most models as long in good working order with no faults.


 


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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 1509994 9-Mar-2016 16:39
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I have a Kobo Glo I don't use, no idea how much they go for.


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  Reply # 1510029 9-Mar-2016 17:27
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Have one, KoboGlo HD, used like 3 times and is around 3 - 4 months old.. with box and case. 





Balm its gone!


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1510121 9-Mar-2016 20:34
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Can you convert the books you have got? This is always my concern about the smaller brands, being locked into their own eco system.  I have just got one of the new Voyages using the affiliate link on here, and it is such a great ebook reader compared to the older generation e-ink displays.




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  Reply # 1510122 9-Mar-2016 20:37
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mattwnz:

Can you covert the books you have got? This is always my concern about the smaller brands, being locked into their own eco system.



Sorry but this is totally of topic.
I am looking to buy a kobo not get in to a technical debate.
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  Reply # 1510128 9-Mar-2016 20:44
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beenz:
mattwnz:

 

Can you covert the books you have got? This is always my concern about the smaller brands, being locked into their own eco system.

 



Sorry but this is totally of topic.
I am looking to buy a kobo not get in to a technical debate.
Thanks

 

 

 

It isn't off topic at all, and I am not sure what you mean by debate. You said that all your books were in that format, so that is why you needed that particular brand. If you could change the format, then you don't need to be restricted to that one brand. A quick google and can see that NL sell them https://www.noelleeming.co.nz/shop/computers/computers/e-readers/c8001-c10005-c420405-p1.html and on special with warranty . Looks like $210 is the going rate.




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  Reply # 1510187 9-Mar-2016 22:08
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Okay maybe not quite of topic.
However I am looking for a 2nd hand Kobo.
Not interested in doing conversions ad I use different devices to read them and want to be logged in to my Kobo account.
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