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Bmorn B80 ebook reader

02/25/2010, You know that ebook readers are all the rage these days with many manufacturers coming on board, even those from China. The latest of them from that part of the world would be the Bmorn B80 ebook reader, albeit with very little information being released...

Nintendo DSi XL turns into ebook reader

02/25/2010, Guess Nintendo knows that ebooks could very well be the next big thing, so why not push forward the advantage of its DSi XL’s larger display (4.2″) by offering a downloadable package of ebooks known as 100 classic books, where it will hit Wii...

Witstech A81 doubles up as e-book reader

02/17/2010, The Witstech A81 is pretty versatile, as you can clearly see from this video that shows it double up as an e-book reader to keep up with the times. While nowhere near as interesting as the iPad’s video demonstration, it just shows that the iPad will...

Samsung SNE-60/60K ebook reader

02/02/2010, Samsung’s latest SNE-60/60K ebook reader is also known as the E6 in other circles, where it will arrive in Samsung Digital Plaza stores this month. What are some of the improvements found in the SNE-60K compared to its predecessor, the SNE-50K?...

Sony has no plans for a color e-reader

01/29/2010, According to Sony’s Fujio Noguchi who oversees Sony’s e-book business in the capacity as a deputy president of the Digital Reading Business Division of Sony Electronics Inc., the Japanese consumer electronics giant has no plans to introduce a...

Live Pictures Of Asus DR-950 eBook Reader

01/24/2010, We previously mentioned an OLED Asus eBook reader to you, and now Asus UK has posted some pictures of the DR-950 eBook reader on Flickr, so we guess that’s what the device will be called. If the pictures are anything to go buy, the device is going...

FCC shows off Que reader innards

01/19/2010, The folks at the FCC has stripped Plastic Logic’s Que proReader down to its bare essentials, allowing you to take a look at what has been included inside. Guess this is a techno version of the famous “Bodies” exhibition, except that the...

Asus OLED ebook reader

01/17/2010, Word from The Times of the UK reports that Asus will be rolling out a new ebook reader to join the many other ebook readers in the market with an OLED-capable version that also boasts Flash playback support. Apparently, Asus will also throw in Wi-Fi and...

Teclast K3 ebook reader

01/13/2010, Teclast has rolled out its K3 ebook reader that comes with a standard 6″ E-Ink display. Hmm, is the ebook reader market on its way to being another netbook mania, where virtually everyone shares the same specifications? Well, the K3 comes with...

Hanvon N618 ebook reader

01/13/2010, CES isn’t the only place where ebook readers were unveiled and paraded, China also wants to get on the bandwagon as well with its new Hanvon N618 ebook reader from the WISEreader line. Featuring a 6″ Vizplex e-paper display, you get Wi-Fi...

Que reader hands-on

01/07/2010, [CES 2010] The Que reader looks really great, there’s no question about that. Next to it, the Kindle looks so cheap, but it is still the best selling ebook out there, I think. That said the Que’s user interface and demonstration content (USA...

enTourage eDGe dualbook unveiled

01/05/2010, [CES 2010] How apt for enTourage to unveil their eDGe dualbook at, well, CES Unveiled. This is the first dualbook in the world, and assuming the model form factor takes off, it won’t be the last but might just spawn off a slew of other similar...

Aigo EB6301 e-book reader

12/18/2009, Aigo has come up with its very first e-book reader for the masses – the EB6301. What does this device entail? Well, you do get a 6″ e-ink display at 600 × 800 resolution, where it also supports a variety of e-book formats such as TXT,...

Creative to enter e-book market

11/01/2009, Creative is certainly thinking outside of the box by announcing of their plans to enter the e-book market, where the first working model of that dream is known as the MediaBook which will boast a touchscreen display (what else did you expect?),...