Reviews and Problems with Aluratek Libre eBook Reader PRO
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Works with TXT and PDF. Issues in other formats.
Kim Y., Newegg
23 March 2011
Summary: Overall I find that this eBook reader is fairly good for PDF documents; it tries to reflow the document and has so far done a good job in my experiences. But because I read daily, it was important for me to have a good quality device that was also effortless and enjoyable. The Aluratek Libre Pro was not the device for me. It had screen glare, lackluster performance, uncomfortable ergonomics, low battery life, etc.
Cons: - Screen has moderate (ie. noticeable) glare under reading lamp. - Needs to be charged every 2-3 days after moderate use (so not very ideal for long voyages to other countries). - EPUB books don't support bookmarking!! (They always get erased when you go back to the library screen) - MOBI has caused my ebook reader to "crash" back to the home screen, or even shut the unit off at times. - Almost no ergonomics or comfort in the design and layout. - Very cheap plasticy f...