The Amazon Kindle and its sequel have made a noticeable mark in the lives of many, while promoting the idea that it is effective and can turn a profit. This has prompted KDDI and Toshiba to team up, delivering the Biblio ebook reader in the Japanese market. Using a software known as Book Player, you can store around 5,000 ebooks which are downloadable via KDDI’s EZ Book service on the 7GB hard drive. Other features include an integrated 5-megapixel camera, an electronic dictionary to check out words you don’t understand on the spot, and built-in Wi-Fi connectivity for easy download of books wherever you are. There is no word on pricing or availability, so hopefully we will find out soon enough. How do you think this will fare against the Kindle 2? To know more about the Amazon Kindle 2, check out our in-depth review for further details.
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