eBooks have been very popular recently, with top high street sellers such as Waterstones now advertising them.
Kobo, however, has now produced an eReader which allows users to upload books wirelessly. The new gadget links directly to Borders eBook store where people can browse around 1.5 million books and update their library wirelessly.
The eReader also comes preloaded with 100 classic novels.
With upgraded software and a choice of three colours, purchasers can now turn over pages faster and easier.
At four-inches thick, it is also easy to carry around whilst the navigator allows the user to navigate around by book or author.
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