As for rest of the touch, I wish I could turn it off and on quickly. The same way as you can switch frontlight off and on by long-pressing the menu button. Unfortunately this is not the case, at least for now, and touch is always on. Always-on touch renders this impossible.
Which brings us to the second point. While I was contemplating which Reader to get, I bought a book on Kobo and read it on the phone. Half way into the book I got my PocketBook, downloaded a file from Kobo, emailed it to a special email address and it appeared on my PocketBook, where I continued reading it. PocketBook has their own built-in store, but it looks like it is mostly concentrating on German and Russian markets.
While there are English books in the store, the selection is pretty limited. At least this has been my experience so far. I could probably do all the buying in the built-in browser, but I find it easier to do it on the phone and email the file to my PocketBook Sync address.
The one inconvenience that I have yet to solve is syncing between devices and, well, simply reading a DRM-ed ePub on Windows 10 Mobile. The last book I bought was in Lithuanian and from a local ebook store. I was complaining how modern Kindles feel cheap. The buttons on the front are OK, if a little bit flimsy.
The bezel is relatively wide so you can hold the device comfortably. I guess they wanted to make it harder to press by accident, but went a bit too far.
Another weaker point compared to Kindles is power management. By default PocketBook goes to sleep locks in a couple of minutes and then completely turns off after some more minutes. Going from that state to reading takes definitely more than half a minute. I tried to use it that way for a while and it was OK most of the time, but on 2 occasions I found the battery completely depleted overnight for no apparent reason. So I guess the default setup is not accidental. Hopefully they can fix this in the future software update. And yes, I got a couple of them in a month I own the device.
Reading experience is perfectly fine for me in the default reader.
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You can control all the regular parameters like font size, margins and line spacing. My guess is that what you get depends on the region, since mine came with a bunch of dictionaries for pretty much any European language, but not Russian. I would assume that if you buy it in Russia it would be the other way around.
However they feel pretty limited in the number of words in them. You press a button and a Google search is launched in the built-in browser. Takes a while, but works. Since Amazon owns GoodReads integrating with it would be tricky if not impossible. Definitely a con if you are really into GoodReads.
Despite some minor deficiencies, I am definitely happy with my choice so far and have no major regrets. Would I return to the Amazon ecosystem if they made hardware I like? Definitely not impossible. Highly unlikely. Add to cart.
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