Kobo Libra 2 vs Onyx Boox Max Lumi

Great 300ppi screen
32GB of storage
Waterproof capabilities
Dark mode and comfort light
USB-C port and hackability
Great display with adjustable front light and color temperature settings for customizing the reading experience
Long battery life of up to two weeks on a single charge
Supports multiple file formats including PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, HTML, RTF and more
Comes with preloaded dictionaries and translation tools for language learners
Built-in Wi-Fi connectivity allows users to access online content easily
Not enough control over line spacing or margins
Hard plastic cover feels cheap
Limited haptic feedback
Not waterproof
No audio capabilities
No physical page turn buttons

Verdict

The Kobo Libra 2 is an excellent e-reader for those looking for a device with a crisp 300ppi screen, 32GB of storage, waterproof capabilities, dark mode, comfort light, USB-C port and hackability. It also has Overdrive integration allowing users to borrow library books with ease and Adobe Digital Editions compatibility. However, some customers have noted that the hard plastic cover feels cheap and there is not enough control over line spacing or margins.

Verdict

The Onyx Boox Max Lumi is a great e-reader for those who want to read in the dark. It has a large, 13.3-inch display with adjustable front light and color temperature settings, making it easy to customize the reading experience. The device also has an impressive battery life of up to two weeks on a single charge.

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