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LiSeng Vbook Looks A Bit Like The Microsoft Courier

04/22/2010, One look at the LiSeng Vbook and you’ll probably think that it’s the Entourage Edge or Microsoft Courier. That being said, it’s a different device with different specs. If you’re into devices that sport dual-displays, it’s...

Alex eReader to ship on April 14th

04/13/2010, Spring Design has just announced that their anticipated dual screen multimedia Alex eReader will start to ship tomorrow (April 14), where it will add a mere 11 ounces to your luggage when traveling, and is capable of supporting eBooks in EPUB, PDF, HTML...

Viewsonic VE620 And VE625 eBook Readers

04/12/2010, With the launch of Apple’s iPad and the dominance of Amazon’s Kindle eBook reader, you can be sure that any manufacturer aiming to break into the eBook reader market will be given a hard time. But despite the odds, Viewsonic doesn’t seem...

SmartDevices R7 ebook reader

04/07/2010, iPad? What iPad, the Chinese ask, with a slew of ebook readers hitting the market in that part of the world lately. The SmartDevices R7 ebook reader is the latest in a growing line, where it is destined to hit the market pretty soon with its 7″...

iTunes 9.1 On Its Way With eBook Support

03/29/2010, Considering that the iPad launch is just around the corner, it shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone that the iTunes 9.1 update should also follow suit. While there aren’t any official confirmations of the features that will be introduced in...

Teclast K9 ereader

03/18/2010, Teclast has shown off its K9 ereader which was paraded at the EREXPO held in where else but Shenzhen, China, displaying a plethora of iPad-lookalikes. This model is different from the other clones since it comes with both an ebook reader function as well...

Newsmy 6202 ebook reader

03/15/2010, Newsmy is back with a new ebook reader of their own, known as the Newsmy 6202 which will improve on its 6101 model which rolled out earlier this January, retailing for $262. The design does not resemble that of the 6101, featuring a neat, black color. In...

Samsung E6 eReader announced for US

03/09/2010, Samsung is targeting a spring release date for their E6 eReader device which will be accompanied by a Barnes & Noble partnership, although it remains to be seen whether the E6 will be successful in its own right or not. The E6 will retail for $299...

DIY Pixel Qi Display Kits Coming In Q2 Of 2010

03/07/2010, Dissatisfied with the performance of your laptop’s LCD display under direct sunlight? Well, fear not, as it seems that there will be DIY Pixel Qi displays come Q2 of 2010, and you’ll be able to replace your own laptop screen with one from...

Gigabyte EB10 in the works

03/04/2010, Gigabyte doesn’t only make motherboards, but are currently working on a new e-book reader known as the EB10, where it comes with a 6″ e-ink display at 800 x 600 resolution with a Samsung 667MHz processor powering it. For the operating system,...

Teclast K6 ebook reader

03/01/2010, Teclast is back with not another portable media player, but a new ebook reader known as the K6 in China. Meant to be a larger sibling to the Teclast K3 ebook reader that is going for $220, this model comes with a 6″ e-ink display and superior...

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...

Acer drops e-book reader idea

02/23/2010, Acer, the Taiwanese computing giant, has issued a statement that they will not jump aboard the e-book bandwagon since the market is not big enough while the business model isn’t right. Could this be a case of sour grapes, otherwise Amazon...

Mirasol ultralow-power display hands-on

02/17/2010, [MWC 2010] I’m holding in my hand the latest, best and largest version of Mirasol – an ultra-low power display that could power the next-generation of Color Kindle and many more ebook readers. Not only does the display consume only a fraction...