When you think of an e-reader, odds are you’re going to picture a Kindle. Amazon’s reading device is ubiquitous in its category, the default recommendation. Like Apple’s iPad in the tablet market, the Kindle is the standard against which any challenger will be judged. Unlike the boring tablet market though, the e-reader underdogs are actually creating some solid alternatives.
One of them is Kobo’s Aura One, a £189 premium e-reader that goes up against the £169 Kindle Voyage. It’s hard to compete against a market leader at a higher price point, but Kobo justify the price tag with two intriguing features: a crisp, blue-light reducing display [...]