Ereaders that double up as digital note-takers aren’t new – the Onyx Boox tablets are a good example – but they aren’t broadly available. For ereader maker Kobo, though, a digital note-taking device is very much new.
For the first time, Kobo has added a stylus-toting device to its ereader range. Called the Kobo Elipsa, the device boasts a 10.3-inch E Ink Carta glare-free display and a whopping 32GB of storage (another first for Kobo).
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