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Kobo Aura One review

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The Kobo Aura One ebook reader has a huge 7.8-inch display and should survive an hour-long plunge into two metres of water - but at £190, it's pricier than a Kindle. Is it easy to read the screen even in bright sunshine, and is it intuitive to use? Read our review of this waterproof ebook reader to find out whether it's worth splashing out on.
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