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Old 09-10-2019, 03:17 PM   #1
issybird
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The one thing I wish Kobo would imitate from Kindle...

I'm sitting (not literally) on five Kobos; the three most recent can be seen to the left. I'm not immune to gadget lust, but while I see the appeal of the newest offerings in each of the three sizes, none of them is enough of an improvement over what I've got that I can justify shelling out for them.

But. Amazon has that buyback program. I'd be thrilled, thrilled if I could send along my older devices to Kobo in exchange for a nominal credit and a discount on a new device. Between the savings and not having perfectly good devices sitting around moribund, I'd be sold. Why doesn't Kobo institute a similar program?

Yeah, I know I could try to sell my old devices and offset the price of something new, but it's more effort than I'm prepared to make. Amazon makes it so easy.
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