China Mobile plans to subsidize this AirPaper 50T eBook that connects via a GSM network. Books can be bought for 3 to 5 Yuan, which is equivalent to 40cents to a dollar. The device also connects to a computer via USB. There is not much information on the specifications, but we know that the display has a 800×600 resolution (eInk) and a second display at the bottom for the navigation. That probably save some money on the touch sensor, when compared to a full-screen touch surface.