Foxit to demo Eslick PS next week

I've been holding on to this one in the hopes that I could get more info. Unfortunately, Foxit has not been forthcoming.

From the press release:

Foxit Corporation announced that Foxit Taiwan Branch will hold the second session of Foxit' s New Product Release Conference at the Sherwood Taipei, at May 20th, 2010. Foxit will also be exhibiting its popular products eSlick Pocket Size (eSlick PS) and upcoming eBook device development platform - Windmill.Following the successful hosting of Foxit' s First New Product Release Conference last year, Foxit would like to invite you to join our 2010 New Product Release Conference. At the conference, Foxit will present you the all-new designed Foxit ebook reading device eSlick PS. Utilizing the same revolutionary E-ink technology provided by PVI, the eSlick PS has a new stylish metal and thinner body which gives the new device an even sleeker and sharper look. 2GB internal memory, allows you to carry up to a thousand books in your device library. Foxit will also announce our upcoming eBook device SW platform – Windmill. Foxit Windmill is a new eReader development platform providing perfect cross-platform solutions for eReader manufacturers. Besides rich features, Windmill has Foxit’s DRM technology embedded to help protect digital content effectively.

The eSlick PS is probably the ereader that was designed by Next Papyrus. (I told you about it last week.)

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