Kobo has announced a new version of its Kobo Auro H20 eReader, the device is designed to be waterproof like the previous model.
The Kobo Auro H20 eReader is launching in the UK US, Italy, France, the Netherlands, Spain, Belgium, Japan, Switzerland and Turkey on the 22nd of May and it will also launch in more countries in June.
In the service of relaxation and just in time for the summer reading season, Kobo, a global leader in eReading, today announces its newest addition to the family, the new Kobo Aura H2O—an updated version of the original crowd-pleasing waterproof eReader. The new device allows booklovers to easily read in direct sunlight due to its anti-glare E Ink display, for a print-on-paper like reading experience. ComfortLight PRO reduces blue-light spectrum, so while nail-biting thrillers may keep you up at night, the new Kobo Aura H2O will not.
Typically, technology and water don’t play well together, but this summer, they do. The new Kobo Aura H2O is the season’s must-have accessory to let avid readers enjoy their favourite stories in more places—relaxing in the bath, by the pool, or while on seaside excursions. The device is waterproofed* with HZO Protection™ for worry-free reading near water. The coating technology applied to the device’s interior allows it to be fully submerged without the need for port covers.
The Kobo Auro H20 eReader will retail for £149.99 in the UK and you can find out more details about the device at the link below.
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