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Old 06-15-2019, 10:43 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by Tammuz91 View Post
Thank you both for your replies!

The only reason I had excluded the Kobo aura H2O ed. 2 is because I read that the screen was not as good as the Kobo Clara HD (300 ppi vs 265 ppi). Surely it would still be an upgrade from the touch, however would 300 make a difference when compared to the 265 offered by the H2O? I am not totally sure about this, would I notice any difference in everyday use?
I can tell the difference, but, only in a direct comparison.
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Moreover, I read some complaints about the speed and overall reading experience with the H2O...Is there any difference in page turning, library navigation and so on between these two kobo models?
Kobo uses exactly the same software on all their current devices. The only differences are hardware related drivers and the like.

As to performance, the CPU and memory in the Clara HD and the Aura H2O Edition 2 version 2 is the same. There was an earlier version that had an older CPU, but they shouldn't be available new, and the difference was pretty small.
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