The iRiver Story HD brings much needed innovation to the dedicated ebook reader industry with its 6″ XGA 1024 x 768 resolution display. Not only is it the first ereader with a high resolution display (most 6″ ereaders are 800 x 600), it uses new screen technology developed by LG that actually has a good […]
Today at CES Aluratek, makers of the popular grayscale LCD Aluratek Libre Pro, announced a new Libre Air ebook reader with WiFi and a 10″ Android tablet named Cinepad. There’s actually a third new device as well, the Libre Color. It was released just a few weeks ago and is selling for $199 from Aluratek’s […]
Velocity Micro just announced 3 new Android tablets with 7″, 8″, and 10″ screens. They are expected to be released in late Q1, so probably around April – June if history is any indication. All have fairly impressive specs and come pre-installed with the Kindle Android app like the new Cruz Reader T301 that showed […]
That’s right. The 9″ Pandigital Novel that I just reviewed last week isn’t the only 9″ model. Pandigital just announced a new version of the same ereader that comes with mobile wireless from AT&T. The model number is R90A200 and the manufacturer’s suggested retail price is $279.99, $80 more than the WiFi-only model. It will […]
CES 2011 is just around the corner (January 6th-9th) and as usual looks to be the hotspot for companies showing off new ereaders and tablets, among many other electronics and gizmos. According to reports, iRiver intends to reveal the iRiver Story HD, the first 6″ epaper ereader to use a high definition display with a […]
While doing some research for the 9″ Pandigital Novel review I’m working on, I came across a new version of the 7″ Pandigital Novel that’s available exclusively from QVC until the end of January. Until now, Pandigital has had two different 7-inch ereaders on the market, each with subtle differences. It looks like this new […]
Japan has been a hotspot for new ereaders lately with the recent releases of Sony’s new ereaders and Sharp’s Galapagos tablets. And now Japan is getting another new ereader on December 25th, the Toshiba Biblio Leaf SP02, the first solar-powered ereader to reach the market.
A new Android-powered ereader/tablet combination was released today called the Next3, a WiFi-equipped touchscreen-enabled device that ties in with the Borders ebook store. Update: Check my hands-on Next3 review for more details on the Nextbook 8.4″ ereader. There’s a video review and instructions for installing apps as well. The Next3 is selling from HSN for […]