A Hands On Demonstration of the Kobo Aura H20

Seeing as how it’s January, the thought of reading on the beach seems like a far away dream. But let’s just pretend for a moment if you will, let’s pretend you’re about 100 pages into your new eBook on your Kobo and your weekend plans include a day at the beach. You pack your towels, your cold drinks and then you hit a road block. Do you bring your eReader? The one you spent $150 on to have it ruined when a dribble of water gets on it? No. Well lucky for you, this dilemma will no longer be an issue thanks to Kobo’s newest member of the family, the Kobo Aura H20.

Kobo Aura H2O is the first premium eReader that truly allows for worry-free eReading because of its waterproof** and dustproof design. It features an impressive extra-large, no-glare 6.8” Carta E Ink touchscreen that reads like print on paper – even in direct sunlight. Eyestrain is minimized in any light with the fully adjustable ComfortLight directing light at the page, not your eyes. Plus, with ClarityScreen+, Kobo Aura H2O provides a high definition reading experience, with crisp, clear text for easy and enjoyable reading.

I was fortunate to be sent a device to try it out and share the experience with all of you! Since I’m not keen on going out in the freezing water to demonstrate this to you and I sure as heck don’t feel comfortable testing this in the tub for all to see, I used my sink to showcase the wonder that is the Kobo Aura H20 and filmed it for you so you could see just how handy and durable the devise is – enjoy!

If you’re interested in purchasing a Kobo Aura H20, they are available for purchase at your local Chapters Indigo and/or you can purchase it online here for only $179.99. 

My thanks to Laura at Edelman for allowing me to try out this fun eReader!

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