Cowon C2


So I decided my slowly ailing Cowon D2 needed to be replaced (battery failing to hold charge, innumerable file system problems) and scouted around but still concluded that Cowon was the way to go. I duly bought the C2 which is (obviously) the sequel to the D2 (unlike the D3 - don't ask!) and waited... Continue Reading →

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Kobo Touch and the Kobo experience – week 1


So as I mentioned I bought a Kobo Touch, a device I like but I do feel the overall experience needs adapting a bit for the UK and also the device would benefit from some more UI tuning options. Given the enthusiasm I perceive the company has for the product I hope some of this may come... Continue Reading →

PDF conversion for EPUB


Observant readers will have spotted that I have been obsessing about ereaders recently and have just bought a Kobo Touch (see here for the details). I have, therefore. started to work on converting a stack of PDF files into EPUB format for reading on said device (don't bother with native PDF support on any of... Continue Reading →

So I bought a Kobo touch!


Having worried about Kindle / tablet and gotten excited over the Kindle Fire and Kindle Touch I was disappointed that there would be no UK launch in the near future. WH Smiths then announced the UK launch of the Kobo Touch for Monday just gone so I cracked and bought one. The unit is solid enough, the... Continue Reading →

Kobo here I come!


So I cracked - I couldn't wait any longer. Having been hyped up by Amazon then let down (see here) I went into WH Smiths first thing Monday and bought a kobo (see here as to why). So far it is fine - I have update the firmware and put on some free books including... Continue Reading →

Kobo to the rescue?


With no news of when (or even if) the Kindle Touch will hit the UK, well done to WH Smiths who have today announced a deal with Kobo to sell the Kobo Touch in the UK almost immediately (today is October 13th - US availability of Kindle Touch is November) and behind it is a... Continue Reading →

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