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The Kobo Libra 2 e-reader has reached the end of its life

Author: Nicolas ᚚ

Kobo Libra 2 e-reader end of life

According to the official Kobo website, the Kobo Libra 2 e-reader is sold out. Although still available from a number of vendors, all indications are that this e-reader will soon disappear from the catalog, following the release of the new version with color screen: the Kobo Libra Colour.

The Kobo Libra 2 has been available since 2021, and this e-reader was a real “coup de coeur” for me.

It has an excellent display, with a 7-inch black and white e-ink screen (Carta 1200 technology and high definition). The screen is perfectly complemented by its lighting and a blue light filter - the Comfort Light Pro system.

But what I really like about this e-reader is the quality of its construction and its format with buttons on the side.

Today, this e-reader is no longer available on the official Kobo website.

The brand is highlighting new color e-ink models, such as the Kobo Clara Colour (read the review here) and above all the Kobo Libra Colour, which builds on the strengths of the Kobo Libra 2 by adding a Kaleido 3 color screen.

But that doesn't mean the Kobo Libra 2 is no longer recommendable.

In fact, it's still available on a number of sites, and I think you'll find it at a very good price soon (if it isn't today). So it's still a good buy for people who want a really good e-reader and don't need or want a color screen.

On the other hand, if you're looking for a recent e-reader with the latest technological advances in digital reading, you'll need to look out for the Kobo Libra Colour, which replaces the Kobo Libra 2.

Kobo Libra Colour

kobo libra colour e-reader

7" e-reader - 150 PPI for Color / 300 PPI for B&W e ink screen - Ebook formats supported: EPUB, EPUB3, PDF, MOBI, JPEG, GIF, PNG, BMP, TIFF, TXT, HTML, RTF, CBZ, CBR

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To find out more and make the right choice of e-reader, I recommend reading our guide to the best e-readers of the moment.

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