We previously caught a slip-up that more or less confirmed that PocketBook would be offering a Mirasol display device in the future. Now a demo video of an upcoming tablet from PocketBook has surfaced and seems to show the device with a Mirasol display. The tablet seems to be powered by Google’s Android and feature a camera and accelerometer, though the chunky screen bezel means that it isn’t going to be the sexiest device around.
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