Probably won’t buy this but… 

…the link between it and OverDrive make it an interesting device.

Kobo’s parent company, Rakuten, acquired a company last year called Overdrive that has deep ties with the growing e-book lending programs around the country, and so library lending also features prominently in the Aura One’s software. The most useful part of this is that, as long as you have your library credentials plugged in, titles that are available for borrowing will also show up when you search.

Source – The Verge: The Kobo Aura One is a big, thin, water-resistant e-reader