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Aluratek Libre eBook Reader PRO
5.6 out of 10

Aluratek Libre eBook Reader PRO

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Expert Review

31 August 2010
  • Excerpt: If you don't mind charging it every day, this gray-scale, LCD-based e-reader is a good low-cost option that can read e-books from more than one bookstore.
  • Pros: Superior display contrast, Page-jump functions, Supports downloads from Borders, Google Books, other sources
  • Cons: No Wi-Fi or cellular connectivity, Relatively slow to load a new book the first time, No chapter-jump function, Much shorter battery life than E Ink-based readers
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Aluratek LIBRE eBook Reader PRO Review

Chip Chick
10 July 2010
  • Excerpt: The Kindle and the Nook are not the only e-Readers out there. Aluratek has also released their own e-reader called the Libre. Libre is thin and light, features ...
  • Pros: 100 books included, great size, easy to read display, compatible with many eBook formats, accessories, good battery life, expandable via SD slot.
  • Cons: Sluggish performance, retro design, you’re not left with a lot of built in storage, screen isn’t as sharp or real looking as e-Ink displays, no Wi-Fi or 3G connectivity, no direct connection to one of the major e-book stores.
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Aluratek Libre eBook Reader Pro Review

The Gadgeteer
2 February 2010
  • Conclusion: I like the size and price of the Aluratek Libre Pro eBook reader (you can find it for less than $150 at various online retailers) and I think it’s a good device for someone that doesn’t need higher end features like annotations, dictionary and wireless.
  • Pros: Comes with 100 books, Easy to use, Small, Good display
  • Cons: Reader sometimes freezes on JPG and PDF files, No word lookup (dictionary) feature
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