Toshiba and KDDI have an answer to the Amazon Kindle with their very own e-book reader known as the Biblio Leaf. This device will sport a 6-inch e-Ink display, sporting Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity to make sure you will always have the opportunity to stay connected to the Internet at all times, under all circumstances. Not only that, a stylus is thrown into the mix for you to take notes when the need arises, coupled with 2GB memory and a microSD memory card slot. What makes the Biblio Leaf stand out from the crowd would be its front-mounted solar panels which will harness the power of the sun to juice itself up without the need for a power plug. An e-book reader for those living in the interiors of a tropical jungle, perhaps? Hopefully they’ve got fantastic signals in the middle of nowhere, otherwise the 3G connectivity would be useless then. KDDI is offering the Biblio Leaf as part of a two-year 3G wireless $20 monthly contract from next week onwards.
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