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Old 09-08-2012, 12:50 AM   #93
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Are the new Kobos still fragile in regards to the screen, in other words do they still have a breakable glass substrate? I ask this because of the mention of:
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Kobo Glos 6 high-res XGA E Ink Pearl touchscreen is ultra-thin and durable so nothing gets between you and your eBook, not even the brightest sunlight (or a little scratch). Its just like reading print on paper, only better.
I've also noted that the Kobo press release pointedly describes the Glo screen as "durable". I have to wonder if these statements are a response to the Nook GlowLight and the infamous "holes" of light that can appear from even a slight tap, or in some cases spontaneously.
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