The Dr. Yi ebook reader could very well change the way ebooks are manufactured, thanks to its high-resolution electronic paper. This is a genuine technological revolution that offers a crisp black-and-white display, making it look as though you were reading on printed paper itself. After all, it is capable of reflecting light similar to the way an ordinary paper does without the need for any backlighting, doing away with the glare which are normally associated with other electronic displays. This $315 device will run on a Linux operating system, an ARM9 200MHz processor as well as 22 hours of battery life. No idea on its content delivery system though.
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