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Kobo Unveils Touch Screen E-Reader for $130

Posted in ebooks by Conner Flynn on May 24th, 2011

Kobo Inc. has unveiled their latest Reader Touch Edition with a 6-inch “Real Touch” E Ink touchscreen display with 16 shades of grey, Wi-Fi connectivity and access to over 2.3 million books, newspapers and magazines, including over a million free titles. You’ll be reading forever.

They claim that the device is the first international E-reader with six built-in languages- English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, and Dutch. The device features just one home button and no keyboard, so it’s all touch. You can pre-order it from Indigo, Best Buy, Wal-Mart and Borders for $129.99 and it is shipping on June 19th.

Hanvon HPad A112 Multimedia e-Reader

Posted in Tablet PC by Conner Flynn on February 21st, 2011

Hanvon is looking forward to showcasing their latest multimedia e-Reader at the upcoming CeBIT 2011. The device is called the HPad A112 and features a 7-inch 800 x 600 (capacitive or resistive) touchscreen display, a 720MHz ARM11 processor and a 3.0-megapixel rear-facing camera.

Other features include 2GB of flash storage, a microSD card slot (up to 32GB), WiFi, Bluetooth, a mini HDMI port, a USB port, GPS (optional), 3G (optional), a 3300mAh battery and it runs on Android 2.2 Froyo.

Archos 70c color e-reader now up for pre-order in the states

Posted in ebooks by Conner Flynn on February 6th, 2011

Have you been waiting for the Archos 70b color e-reader? The Android 2.1-powered ebook reader with the 7-inch 800 x 480 TFT display is now available for pre-order on JR.com. There’s no picture, but we can be pretty sure that it’s the same as the 70b.

The price is $149.99, but we don’t have a release date yet. It features a resistive touch screen, 600MHz CPU, 4GB Storage, WiFi, SD slot, and a 10-hour battery life.

iRiver to show off new Story HD e-Reader at CES

Posted in iRiver by Conner Flynn on January 6th, 2011

It’s been awhile since we have heard anything from iRiver, but now they’re getting ready to release the iRiver Story HD in the second quarter. They are calling it “the World’s highest resolution 6-inch e-reader,” and the Story HD now has improved page turns and an e-paper display from LG. The display delivers a resolution of 768×1024 pixels and can support PDF/ePub formats using DRM.

Other features include built in WiFi, up to three weeks of battery life, and a QWERTY keypad. We don’t have many other details at the moment, but we should know more in a few days once it makes an appearance at CES.

Hanvon’s color e-reader now taking pre-orders in China

Posted in ebooks by Conner Flynn on November 11th, 2010

Remember Hanvon’s new color e-reader? It’s up for pre-order in China for the insane price of 3,500 Chinese Yuan. That’s $530. The report comes from DigiTimes. That’s pretty steep, but I guess they figure that the very first E Ink Triton-equipped device anywhere is worth a premium.

Whatever the reason you can pre-order the device if you happen to be in China and have the dough. Assuming you don’t mind paying a tablet price for an ereader.

Pocketbook announces color touch screen Android e-reader

Posted in ebooks by Conner Flynn on August 22nd, 2010

PocketBook has announced five new models that will be released at IFA in September. They include a pair of entry-level ProBook 602 and 902 models, and the ProBook 603 and 903 premium models. The 60x designated models feature 6-inch screens, while the 90x models have a bigger 9.7-inch screen.

All models have 2GB of internal storage, a Linux-based OS, and WiFi and Bluetooth. The higher-end versions also have 3G connectivity and a Wacom touchscreen. The “entertainment model” PocketBook IQ will be available in three case color options, with a 7-inch TFT color touchscreen, WiFi, Bluetooth, and Android 2.0.

Kobo e-reader available at ten Fairmont hotel properties

Posted in ebooks by Conner Flynn on August 11th, 2010

We’ve seen iPads available when checking into hotels before and now it’s Kobo’s turn. The e-reader company has landed a deal with Fairmont that will put e-book readers into the hands of select guests at select properties.

Fairmont Gold-level guests that are members of the President’s Club will be able to try a Kobo during their stay free of charge. Each one is loaded with a variety of fiction, non-fiction and drama titles. When the device is returned, patrons will be given a $2 off coupon for Random House titles.

iRiver Cover Story now available in China

Posted in ebooks by Conner Flynn on August 8th, 2010

The e-reader market just keeps getting flooded with new gear. Looks like several Chinese online magazines like Sohu.com and 21.cn.com have started selling the iRiver Cover Story. This eReader features a 3.5-inch touchscreen, e-paper and supports ePub, PDF, FM2, TXT, HWP, DOB, PPT, XLS, MP3 and WMA file formats.

The device measures just 126mm x 162.8mm × 9.5mm. Some other features include a mini USB port, 2GB of internal memory and an SD/SDHC card reader for storage expansion.

Sony cuts e-reader prices

Posted in ebooks by Conner Flynn on July 5th, 2010

Sony is helping to heat up the e-book reader price wars. It has now dropped the prices on its three current models. The Pocket Edition was $169 and is now $149, while the Touch Edition drops from $199 to $169, and the 3G Daily Edition is now $299 from $349.

It should be noted that this still leaves Sony a bit behind the competition: the Pocket Edition lacks WiFi unlike the similarly-priced Nook and the Daily Edition will be hard to sell even at $299.

Pandigital 7-inch e-reader with access to Barnes & Noble eBookstore

Posted in ebooks by Conner Flynn on May 24th, 2010

Pandigital’s new 7″ e-reader boasts access to Barnes & Noble’s eBookstore and can also share content via LendMe. The Novel (that’s the name) will feature an 800 x 600 resolution touchscreen display, integrated Wi-Fi connectivity, and 1GB of internal memory that can be upgraded via an SD/MMC memory card.

Other specs include an orientation sensor, a rechargeable battery for up to 6 hours per charge, support for PDF, ePUB and HTML formats. The Android-powered device will run on an ARM 11 processor, and should retail for about $199.99.

Samsung E6 e-reader hitting Barnes and Noble this spring for $299

Posted in ebooks by Conner Flynn on March 9th, 2010

We still don’t have a formal launch date for Samsung’s e-reader line that it launched at CES, but it will be sometime “this spring”. We do have some news about the six-inch E6 at the moment.

Samsung says the E6 will be $299 at launch. No news about the 10-inch E10 or the E61. Just that they “may be coming soon,”. The question is do you prefer the E6 over the Nook?

1Cross Tech MIDhybrid Android-powered e-reader looks like a book

Posted in ebooks by Conner Flynn on March 8th, 2010

If you feel that reading something that looks and feels like a bound book is better than a Kindle, then this may be up your alley. 1Cross Tech’s MIDhybrid is an e-reader that looks like a book. There’s an E-Ink screen on the left and a small LCD plus keypad on the right, with a hinge in the middle that allows it to fold in half either way.

It’s Marvell-powered and runs Android 1.6 which allows you to render content from the LCD over to the E-Ink screen. The device also features 3G, Bluetooth, and a front webcam. No price or release date just yet though.

VTech FLiP animated e-Reader for children

Posted in VTech by Conner Flynn on February 21st, 2010

VTech has introduced the world’s first animated e-Reader for kids called the FLiP. The portable device sports a 4.3-inch color touchscreen, built-in dictionary, a QWERTY touch keyboard and is a fun way for kids to learn through stories, watching and learning.

Your kid will be able to learn with their color cartoon character friends, play interactive reading games and view the story dictionary, while pretending that they have a big person gadget.

Kindle for BlackBerry e-reader app now available

Posted in BlackBerry by Conner Flynn on February 18th, 2010

Amazon is now adding BlackBerrys to the list of Kindle-compatible devices, while reminding us that it’s working on Mac and iPad versions of the software. The app is a free download for Americans and offers the same functionality as the PC and iPhone versions.

There’s also an in-app book store and you can create bookmarks and view annotations from other portable Kindle readers. Better go download it and get your reading on you digital bookworms.

Sony says no plans for a color e-reader

Posted in ebooks by Conner Flynn on January 29th, 2010

According to Sony’s Fujio Noguchi, deputy president of the Digital Reading Business Division of Sony Electronics Inc., the company has no plans to introduce a color e-reader anytime soon. Apparently their new Reader is doing very well in sales, especially in Sony’s US online store, SonyStyle.

The Reader Touch Edition is the best selling device out of all of their e-readers at $299. Sony won’t take on a color e-reader until E-Ink technologies move along enough for their liking.

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