announced is a brand-new e-reader that is rather intriguing. The item in question is called the Kobo Clara2E, and it is constructed of recyclable plastic and is waterproof (IPX8 rated).
RECYCLED PLASTIC WAS USED TO MAKE THE KOBO CLARA2E E-READER. Actually, according to Kobo, this device’s exterior contains 85% recycled material, which is a significant amount. Kobo made it very clear that its new e-reader is more environmentally friendly.
This product is the immediate replacement for the 6-inch Clara e-reader, which was introduced in 2022. Let’s compare it to a Kindle device now and compare the recycled components in each. The Kindle Paperwhite 2021 is composed of 70% recycled magnesium and 60% recycled plastic.
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Where does Kobo obtain the plastic from for this tablet, then? The manufacturer claims that it intends to obtain the plastic for the Clara 2E from ocean-found plastic bottles. A portion will be made up of CDs and DVDs that were once in landfills.
It has a 6-inch display with a feature that reduces blue light. The gadget, like its predecessor, has a 6-inch display. Additionally, it has a ComfortLightPro blue light suppression feature. A HD E Ink Carta 1200 glare-free screen and Dark Mode are also offered here.
Advertisement In addition, 16GB of storage and Bluetooth were provided by the corporation. This item has a Type-C USB connector that you will use to charge it.
This e-reader is a great substitute for products from Amazon because it is also pretty reasonably priced. It costs $130, which is less than some of the company’s other waterproof products.
According to Kobo, sales of the Clara2E will begin on September 22. pre-order can now purchase the gadget through the business’ website, nevertheless.
Advertisement Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, Sweden, Portugal, Switzerland, Poland, Australia, Malaysia, and Singapore will all be able to purchase this e-reader.
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