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Bookeen Cybook Odyssey

alaTest has collected and analyzed 28 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the build quality and battery. The design and usability also get good feedback, whereas many are critical about the value for money.

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value for money

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other eReaders the Bookeen Cybook Odyssey is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 94/100 = Excellent quality.

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Bookeen Cybook Odyssey review

 

Can this touch-ready eBook give the Kindle a run for its money?

Touch screen ; Good E-Ink display ; Wi-Fi connection ; MicroSD

Not as slick as Amazon's eBook ; Expensive

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Bookeen Cybook Odyssey review

 

The Cybook Odyssey is Bookeen's first touchscreen eBook reader. It looks similar to the Cybook Opus, but has fewer buttons and is slightly more compact. The reader feels sturdy, with a black, brushed metal back that easily stood up to rattling around...

Despite some unusual features, this eReader is too expensive to recommend over its very competent rivals

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Bookeen Cybook Odyssey

 

Bookeen is back in black with the Cybook Odyssey ebook reader. But is its tale worth telling?

Highly attractive design ; Excellent build ; Inbuilt book store little use for UK readers

Poor multi-touch implementation ; No English dictionary (yet) ; Limited online skills

The Cybook Odyssey loses out to the Kindle here, but gains back some cred with its expandable memory and 3.5mm headphone jack. These have been left out of Amazon's latest ereader - judged of little use in a single-function device - but some people will...

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REVIEW: Bookeen Cybook Odyssey touchscreen eReader

 

Looking for a digital page-turner but don't like the sound of Amazon's Kindle or a pricey tablet device? Bookeen's Cybook Odyssey boasts an E-Ink screen, touchscreen controls and one of the nicest designs we've ever seen for an eReader. But does it...

The Bookeen Cybook Odyssey isn't a bad eBook reader. It's got a superb industrial design, a screen as readable as any on the market and a fast processor that sees all menus and page turns fly along at a good pace. The problem is, it makes too many...

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