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The Kobo models cost EGP 126,000, the C500 ranges from EGP 165,000 to EGP 210,000, while the X500 ranges from EGP 230,000 to EGP 270,000, and the Doblo is EGP 193,000.
I then transferred the book to a Kobo Aura e-reader.
Jean-Marc Dupuis, managing director of EMEA, Kobo, said: "Digital reading continues to rise across the globe and we're thrilled to be entering GCC countries to offer readers with best in class E Ink eReaders and eBookstore.
So you found the crack," further said Reeves to the website about possibility of re-introducing Kobo.
He says Kobo felt that "[I]f we can create a magazine-reading experience that is easier for people to navigate, that looks better, that reproduces many of the things that they love from the print world but adds additional digital enhancements on top of it, then we can compete for that customer, compete for that reading buyer, better.
Ebook readers like the Amazon Kindle and Kobo Glo at best will let you browse the web but that's about all they can do apart from letting you read ebooks - most of them at least - so set your expectations accordingly.
98 million sold in the last auction of 2013 -- a depreciation of two kobo.
Feedback has been outstanding," said National Book Store (NBS) marketing director Miguel Ramos, referring to Kobo, the Canadian e-reading device they recently launched in the market.
Kobo Aura HD is the only premium eReader on the market.
Contesting the idea that the rise of Islamism in the Western African countries of Ghana and Burkina Faso were imposed from without, Kobo (history, Ohio State U.
Kobo, an eReader company, announced on Thursday that it will offer its Kobo Mini eReader in-store at a special price of USD49.
will start selling its Kobo electronic book readers at bookstores in eastern and central Japan on Friday, an executive of the major online shopping mall operator said Wednesday.
10 October 2012 a[euro]" Canadian eBooks, magazines and newspapers retailer Kobo Inc said on Wednesday it had agreed to acquire French digital publishing technology firm Aquafadas SAS for a non-specified amount.
The Japanese Internet giant, following its acquisition of Canadian e-reader firm Kobo, said the gadget would sell for 7,980 yen ($100), with about 2.
But data collected by Kobo, the firm which makes ebook readers sold by WH Smith, showed that only 18,000 readers using the system who rated the book after buying it have finished it so far - just 10.