Remember the Plastic Logic 100 that we mentioned earlier this morning, where said e-book reader was announced in Russia? Well, there is a full hands-on video of it floating around on YouTube, taking a good 12 minutes of your time. Everything’s in Russian, so if you do not know the language, just enjoy the dozen minutes worth of video. It has been compared to a smaller Sony e-book reader in the video for size, and it is definitely large enough to be an above average e-book reader. Gotta love how he took some metal piece and knocked the screen all over the place with the sharper end, without it resulting in any noticeable “injury”.
Trust Eldar Murtazin and gang to get all the latest goodies! Check out a video of the Plastic Logic 100 in action after the jump.
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