Aluratek Libre Touch Color E-Reader Has Usability Flaws

At a Glance

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  • Aluratek Libre Touch
    $150.00

    The Aluratek Libre Touch offers a color ebook reader and some tablet features at a modest price, but usability issues make it difficult to recommend.

At a Glance

The Aluratek Libre Touch offers a color ebook reader and some tablet features at a modest price, but usability issues make it difficult to recommend.

Price when rated: $150

Pros

  • Inexpensive e-reader with resistive touch LCD
  • Wi-Fi access to books via Kobo Books
  • Inexpensive e-reader with resistive touch LCD
  • Wi-Fi access to books via Kobo Books

Cons

  • Unattractive interface
  • Unattractive interface
  • Resistive touchscreen is difficult to use
  • Resistive touchscreen is difficult to use
  • Color LCD unusable in bright sunlight
  • Color LCD unusable in bright sunlight
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