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According to benchmark data caught by GFXBench, Kobo is working on the Kobo 10 HD which will be based on Android 4.2.2 and feature a 2560 x 1504 display.
Are you a Kobo fan? Does the Kobo Arc 10 HD sound tempting?
Kobo has made the Kobo Arc available on the its site, together with its full range of Kobo e-readers. The Kobo Arc has recently received Android 4.1.
Be honest, you weren’t really swept off your feet by Kobo’s Arc when the budget 7-incher went up for sale last fall, were you?
The Kobo Arc has officially arrived in the United Kingdom and Canada today, and will come to France on Monday. Pricing for the 7-inch Kobo tablet starts at $199.99 for the 16GB model.
The Kobo Arc may not be as popular as other tablet heavyweights like the Nexus 7 or the Kindle Fire HD, but given the fine sheet of specs, its arrival is still worth waiting for. If you’re getting anxious about Kobo sticking to its November release date for the Arc, you can rest easier knowing that the 7-incher has finally hit FCC.
Two new e-readers from Kobo, the Kobo Glo and the Kobo Mini, are now available in Canada and the U.K., selling for $130 and $80 respectively.
After announcing the Kobo Arc just weeks ago, Kobo has made some changes to its plans, dropping the 8GB version of the Arc entirely, and cutting the prices on the rest of the line of 7-inch tablets.
The Kobo Arc seems doomed for failure even before its actual launch due to the heavy competition in the 7-inch tablet niche, which is unfortunate considering its not-too-bad spec sheet. The Arc is powered by a 1.5 GHz dual-core TI OMAP 4470 processor and also comes with 1 GB of RAM.
Our smartphones and tablets have been responsible for making obsolete a lot of electronics, such as MP3 players and point-and-shoot cameras. Looks like books are the latest casualty in the path to electronic dominance by our handheld devices. Does that mean we’ve stopped reading? Not even close! We are now seeing an increasing trend of consumers turning to eBooks and eReaders to get their literary fix. Gone are the days of papercuts from turning a page. Swiping across a screen is so much easier. There is not shortage of good eReader apps on the Google Play Store, and Kobo eBooks has been…