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Old 11-22-2012, 02:19 PM   #15
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Location: St. Louis Missouri
Device: Kindle Voyage, Nook Galaxy Tab 4, Samsung Tab S
I own a Nook Glow and I like it, damn good night reader. However, the font was never as crisp as I would like. I owned a Paperwhite for one day and returned it. It had serious screen issues and while I was sure I could buy and return until I ended up with good unit, I had concerns regarding what appeared to me to be a lack of good quality control in the manufacturing process.

So, after waiting a month or more for the Kobo Glo to become available in the U.S. I bought one and I can report that for me it was worth the wait. The light distribution was better with Kobo and the ability to change font weight, sharpness etc., is a great feature, not to mention a memory expansion slot. So ..having some experience with the three I have no problem agreeing with their conclusion.

Which is not to deny that the Kindle and Nook are both good products.
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