According to a story on TeleRead.com, Kobo’s latest eReader (the Kobo Vox) is now available in stores– well, at least in Best Buy. Kobo has over 7 million users in 170 countries, and the Kobo Vox connects those readers in new ways; it is the “world’s first social eReader.” According to TeleRead, the Kobo Vox:
… enables readers to start conversations with other readers and discover new books and authors through their social network. With a vivid color display, Kobo takes the reading experience to a whole new level – rich color books, newspapers, magazines, music, video, over 15,000 apps, games and social feeds – all on an open Android platform.
Both Kobo and Copia are great, forward-thinking companies, and we’re proud to add them to our list of distribution partners (including Apple’s iBookstore- for iPad, Amazon- for Kindle, Barnes & Noble- for Nook, and the Sony Store- for Sony Reader).
Here is some more in-depth info about each of them individually.
Get your book selling on the Kobo eReader (includes Kobo Touch, Kobo Wi-Fi, Kobo Vox) and your book will sit on the same virtual shelves as time-honored classics, Pulitzer Prize-winning works and New York Times Best-Sellers.