All I can see are the 24 freebies that Kobo, but I'm told that prices are averaging about 10% less than other ebookstores. Bloghelden by Frank Meeuwsen is selling at Kobo for just over € 14, while bol.com is carrying it for € 15.95. Het Schervengericht is listed for €10.50 on Kobo, while bol.com has it for €11,95.
There's no word yet on the official launch, but if you like you can keep checking www.kobobooks.nl. That's one of Kobo's alternate sites, and when it starts showing Dutch menu options then you know the launch day is coming soon. There's also a Dutch language option for the Kobo Touch, and the ereader is available from Redcoon. Other retailers will be announcing shortly.
I'm also looking to find out if kobo signs a local ebookstore partner. They have a local partner in all of their major market except Germany, so it seems likely that they've already started negotiating a deal with a Dutch bookseller. Any ideas?