*CAPTURING THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE *
Building on the industry leading social platform, Reading Life, users can now choose to connect with friends or create book clubs and discuss their favorite reads on Facebook, track their reading statistics, and unlock fun and exciting awards just for reading. The recent innovation of Kobo Pulse^(TM) takes social reading to a new level - readers can feel the pulse of a book, start conversations, share comments and thoughts and leave reviews by 'Liking' and/or commenting, real-time, with others who are reading the same book. Kobo Pulse provides the ultimate source for book recommendations, as the suggestions come from friends and like-minded readers whose opinions and interests are similar and trusted.
As the first eReading platform to be integrated with Facebook Ticker and Timeline, Kobo Vox enables further reading discovery and entertainment. Now "The End" of a book is never the end.
*THE MOST ADVANCED MULTIMEDIA TOUCHSCREEN*
Kobo Vox features a brilliant multimedia touchscreen, where readers can experience text with high contrast resolution and immerse themselves in books, magazines, games and videos in vivid color. Kobo uses the most advanced 7 inch FFS+ display -- the same technology used in airplane cockpits (there are no clouds at 30,000 feet) -- for great reading indoors or outdoors and featuring an extra-wide angle for incredible viewing and ideal for shared reading and viewing.
*NOW READ IN VIVID COLOR*
Kobo's global ebookstore -- 2.5 million books and over 1 million free titles -- just got better with new color and enhanced multimedia content. Discover a new world of reading with rich color content for all ages, including cookbooks, engaging travel guides, comic books, and graphic novels. Parents and children can read together with Read Along children's books, a great way to spend quality time and a fun way to help children learn to read. The Kobo Vox eReader includes three free color books, so people can start building their color library right away; there is a selection of dessert recipes for the chef-in-training in Sweet Dreams, Lonely Planet's Europe Essentials for the avid traveler and Franklin and the Thunderstorm for young readers.