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Kobo

A subdivision of the Nigerian naira. One kobo is equal in value to 1/100 of a naira. See also: Cent.
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But that eliminates Nook, Kobo and many other e-books.
The Kobo Touch, Kobo Aura and Kobo Aura H2O offer different capabilities and price points, so there is definitely something for every reader.
What that means is you're not losing the formatting of the page, but you get the same sort of ease of reading as if we stripped out all the words and put them in a separate window," Serbinis says, adding that stripping out the words is something Kobo knows people don't want.
Probably not as prevalent, but the same is true for other ebook reader manufacturers like Kobo, Barnes and Nobles, etc.
The Naira also depreciated at the interbank foreign exchange market by 39 kobo as the interbank exchange rate rose to 159.
With Kobo, NBS is able to give readers the options of (1) buying books that are otherwise not available locally and (2) bringing along a library of a thousand books on a trip around the world, should they so wish.
According to the company, the Kobo Mini, with a 5" touchscreen and WiFi connection, is the smallest, full-featured eReader in the world, which holds up to 1,000 eBooks.
in Niigata to sell the Kobo readers, including the new Kobo Glo model priced at 7,980 yen, in nine outlets.
The transaction provides Kobo with access to the Aquafadas digital publishing system through which it will be able to offer various magazines, comics and books for children, among other media to clients around the world.
Users can buy digital books from an online store and download them to the Kobo device or other platforms including tablet computers and smartphones.
Kobo also allows readers to 'write in the margins'.
The sources said that the three new e-book reader models include the custom Kindle by Amazon, Kobo Touch by Japan's large-sized e-commerce service provider Rokuten, and BookLive by a Japanese conglomerate Toppan Printing Co.