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But while the Oasis’ metal exterior certainly feels more durable, it's also much more slippery.The Forma's rubbery and textured back, on the other hand, means that despite its bigger size your grip never wavers and its bigger footprint helps keep that weight feel more evenly distributed.
The page turn buttons likewise aren’t as crisp as on the Oasis – although unlike the power button you can at least feel when you’ve pressed them, and to their credit there’s a nice big empty vertical space between them for nestling your thumb within.And while there's certainly something irreplaceable about curling up with a good hardcover or paperback, nothing beats the convenience of a digital device when it comes to size and browsing for new books – but with a dedicated ebook reader, you can arguably have the advantages of both.By design, they're a simpler device made for the singular purpose of reading – and they have advantages too, such as batteries that last weeks rather than hours, and much-clearer legibility in direct sunlight.You can hold the Forma in either your left or right hand (or even in landscape) and the display orientation automatically rotates within a couple of seconds of switching.And it’s clear the Forma uses newer and snappier E-Ink tech than Kobo’s previous flagship device, the Aura ONE, with full screen refreshes required less often and a touch more responsiveness when turning pages or using the onscreen keyboard. As is common with all Kobo devices from the last few years, the Forma's backlight also offers colour-temperature adjustment, so you can opt for an orangey-yellow light tone rather than the standard (and potentially sleep-disrupting) blue light. It’s the reading experience that ultimately counts, though, and the Forma undoubtedly shines in that regard: it’s asymmetrical design and large screen do undeniably make it more comfortable to use for long periods, so if you’re an ebook junkie looking for an reader that can keep pace this one’s still got the goods.