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Old 09-12-2006, 11:07 AM   #54
yvanleterrible
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Device: Kobo Mini in my lunchbox.
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Originally Posted by NatCh
It just occured to me that the way the side edges slant in toward the top face might make this thing a bit annoying to pick up from a flat surface.
When you look at the pictures in the manual, its obvious that it was designed to fit in a notebook. At least since it does'nt grab your eye it makes it less likely to be stolen in a library.
The thing is ugly and made to be used on a table, not at all like the other readers. The keyboard is not well implemented but its a usefull feature to me.

The designer was surely discovered in a bomb shelter somewhere, where he's been hiding since the seventies.
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