The iLiad comes with a screen that occupies most of its A5-sized body. A number of buttons pepper the sides, while the long bar is where you turn pages. A stylus is provided to write notes on the screen or even doodling on ‘blank paper.’ The screen offers a resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels, and coupled with a flat mat finish, reading text is a painless affair. The iLiad has CF and SD card slots for data transfer and supports PDF, XHTML, TXT and MP3 formats. Look out for the iLiad when it arrives in retail stores this April.
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