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Kobo Libra 2 eReader $289 + Shipping (RRP $339) @ Noel Leeming via The Warehouse


This is on sale on The Warehouse for $289 - I got Noel Leeming to price match to avoid paying postage fees as it's an online-only deal.

The next-generation Kobo Libra 2 is the embodiment of your reading style. With more storage, a faster E Ink screen, and Bluetooth® wireless technology so you can listen to Kobo Audiobooks*, Kobo Libra 2 is an integral part of your rich reading life. Packed with features and personality-and 32GB of storage for all of your eBooks-Kobo Libra 2 was made to do more. An ergonomic design keeps your reading life on hand-and page turn buttons keep the story going while you sip your coffee, stir your signature pasta sauce, or nurse your newborn-so you can read on and on, no matter what. Personalize your Kobo Libra 2 by choosing between black and white and eye-catching SleepCover colours. We made Kobo Libra 2 with your passion for reading, and your life, in mind. Your eReader, your story.

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    amazing device! you can use your auckland library account to rent books for free

    • And many other libraries too…

      • Do you mean if you are in another location you can connect to a different library? Or are you saying I can connect to many other libraries in Auckland?

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          any library that uses overdrive/Libby app

          • @deadfish: I mean, you obviously need to be a member of the library you wish to connect to with Libby. And I am not sure how to become a member of a non-Auckland library given I live in Auckland. Typically you need to visit a branch and/or provide proof of address.

            Are there other libraries you use?

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              @foal: nah, Im only using akl lib atm, it already provides me full access to the overdrive catalog

            • @foal: Besides Auckland Libraries, there are some other libraries' memberships can access to OverDrive. As far as I know, Hamilton Libraries, Christchurch Libraries, Wellington Libraries do.
              Check with your local council library's website or search your library on Libby's website ( to find if it does.

  • I have the first gen Libra, and it's my favourite ebook reader! Not worth the cost of buying a new one just to upgrade, but I highly recommend it.

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