Aluratek Libre Air: Tiny, Cool, Affordable Ebook Reader

At a Glance

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  • Aluratek Libre Air

    The Libre Air's petite size, wireless integration with Kobo Books, and first-rate nonbacklit LCD screen make it a decent option if you're shopping for a monochrome ebook reader.

At a Glance

The Libre Air's petite size, wireless integration with Kobo Books, and first-rate nonbacklit LCD screen make it a decent option if you're shopping for a monochrome ebook reader.

Price when rated: $130

Pros

  • Small and lightweight
  • Built in Wi-Fi integration with Kobo Books
  • Built in Wi-Fi integration with Kobo Books
  • Small and lightweight
  • Great monochrome screen
  • Great monochrome screen

Cons

  • Interface isn't always intuitive
  • Interface isn't always intuitive
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