Bought with case for SEK 1250 in December 2018 from Inet. At present, it feels like the most affordable option on the Swedish market if you do not want a Kindle.
Has previously had an ebook reader from 2014 so it's primarily the one I compare with.
+ Generally a really fast and good plate with good "quality feeling"
+ Responsive screen (compared to older ebook readers)
+ Works well to change page via touch screen, something I was a little worried about since I had a plate of physical buttons earlier.
+ Night mode with orange backlight is very nice!
-Lite "backlight bleeding" lower part of the screen but probably I hadn't thought about it if I didn't know about it before.
-Misses pressure on the touch screen sometimes, about once by 20, but significantly better than my last ebook reader
-Line spacing / row spacing settings cannot be changed for some books. This seems to be a long-known "bug" at Kobo. For me, it is extremely strange not to let a user change this. And if it is not possible to change, hide / disable the controls for this and inform about why it does not go (today you can press the screen best you want but nothing happens). Without the possibility of changing this, the text in many books becomes very crowded if one increases the font size slightly.
The problem of row space can be worked around if you import their books via Caliber (https://www.mobileread.com/forums/showthread.php?t=198283). But, frankly, how does a non-technology enthusiast fix it? If you want to set up to sync books wirelessly without mixing in your computer, this becomes very difficult with this workflow. Has not yet tested if this workaround works with books from the library as the technology requires books free from DRM. This is almost a dealbreaker for me but unfortunately there is not much else to choose from.
So overall, I am happy and would buy this again if it broke tomorrow. But unfortunately it has not happened as much as one would wish in this segment. Hence the grade 6/10.
Without backlight bleeding and with a working range for row spacing, it would have been 8/10. For 10/10 I would like to have push buttons to change the page and a touch screen that never misses a print, ie what all smartphones have already passed for more than 5 years.