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SarahBell

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I have a Kobo Glo.

I read about 30 minutes a day, using the LED side lights at all times.

It's good for about 3 weeks like that.

An e-reader that needs charging every day should go back to the shop/manufacturer IMO.

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An e-reader that needs charging every day should go back to the shop/manufacturer IMO.

Not if it's a LCD based reader, only e-ink readers last weeks on a charge.

Sadly most people don't know the difference and opt for the flashy colour LCD screen version... <_<

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It was the cheapy one mentioned in other threads.

you maybe should have considered the Nook-E....useful for a quick session and then you leave it for 3 weeks expecting it to just start up on demand.

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No charge for books. ;)

Yup - the nook is quite useful for lots of old bee books and publications though. Less effort than printing. :)

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Yup - the nook is quite useful for lots of old bee books and publications though. Less effort than printing. :)

....so many printed books that have already been printed that have not yet been read.......take more than a lifetime as it is.....so nook not needed for quite a while yet. ;)

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....so many printed books that have already been printed that have not yet been read.......take more than a lifetime as it is.....so nook not needed for quite a while yet. ;)

They've all been printed. Just 100+ years ago. Fascinating stuff.

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I've not needed to charge mine that frequently, but I did disable the wireless connection. It was apparent pretty quickly that the claimed battery life was a greater work of fiction than most of the ebooks I'll be reading on it.

My Kindle's the same.

As is the cheapo Nook I bought to eventually replace it.

The wifi definitely needs leaving off by default.

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I've only had to charge mine once since purchase but I do switch it off completely when I'm not using rather than just putting to sleep. I'd take it up with the retailer.

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    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


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