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Kobo Touts 'Millions' Of Sales In 2012

Posted at 8:07AM Thursday 17 Jan 2013

Kobo's starting its post-CES 2013 (the year doesn't really start until after the Consumer Electronic Show, right?) with a little bit of sales-inspired back patting. Apparently the company managed to bring 4 million folks on-board to its e-reading ways over the past six months, bumping up its registered user number to 12 million.

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