Originally Posted by HarryT
I'm not aware of any reader which has a glass outer screen - they're all plastic. The layer of glass is the screen substrate, which is underneath the topmost layer of plastic.
Indeed. But that does not answer the question what Kobo means when they say that the Glo has a "non-glass" screen. If they only mean that there is no glass on top of the screen the Glo is no different from any other reader in that respect, so why use it as a selling point unless you want to mislead prospective customers? If they mean that there is no glass layer at all - we're talking about the new "flexible" screens.