The Kobo Aura One features a giant 7.8 inch screen and the resolution is very solid. This makes it a fairly good e-reader for people who want to read digital comics and manga in the CBZ format. Today, we give you a sense on how the hardware handles CBZ and show you some of the settings you can employ to switch orientation.
The Aura One handles CBZ files much better than it does with PDF. Turning pages is not as quick as a standard e-book, but pinching and zooming is lackluster. I would recommend if you are using CBZ files it is import that you can read everything with the default settings and not pinch and zoom.
I noticed that when you do pinch and zoom and find that sweet spot on a specific CBZ file, you cannot turn the page and maintain your settings.
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