Kobo’s latest e-reader is a complete about-face from its anonymous, cheap, and highly practical Clara HD; the Forma is big, expensive, and features a bold — not to say original — design. It’s clearly meant to take on the Kindle Oasis and e-reader fans for whom price is no object.
Kobo has announced a new e-reader, the Clara HD, which won’t set the world on fire but will be a perfectly serviceable gadget for e-book readers. It basically revives the well-liked but discontinued Glo HD with a better frontlight and more memory.
Poor paper. It’s in that ironic category where those who love it the most are the ones trying their hardest to replace it. Case in point: Sony and reMarkable, a pair of companies as unalike as you’re likely to find, yet with the shared mission of making a device that adequately serves the same purpose a few sheets of paper do. Read More