Originally Posted by SameerH
The 'no glass, no glare' in the marketing material refers to the lack of a capacitive touch-screen layer which some manufacturers have used,
This may be considered a deceptive statement ('no glass, no glare'), because it makes it sound like there is no glass used in the manufacturing at all.
I would have assumed that a statement of 'no glass' means exactly that, and not have a meaning of 'no glass above the screen'.
I can see a scenario where someone breaks the glass substrate and gets their state's consumer protection people behind them for a replacement due to Kobo's deceptive statements on this feature.
How did your legal department ever approve this statement?