Originally Posted by sabredog
I just recommended another work colleague the Kobo simply because;
1. Australian distributor, support and Warranty.
2. Simple easy to use device for reading. no bells and whistles that become a distraction.
3. No store lock-in
The Kobo does not pretend to be anything else.
Now I'm not sure about Borders, but A&R have a rewards program (1 point for every dollar, 100 points = $5 reward card). So in theory if you go into a A&R and join up and buy a Kobo, you'll get $10 rewards card (to be spent instore) so essentially a Kobo can cost you $190.