One has a 5" LCD screen with 1GB Flash, a SDHC card slot, speaker, and accelerometer, and broad ebook and video support. You might recognize it; it's also sold in the US as the Delstar Openbook. Here's the specs for the 10467:
- 5" TFT display,
- 800 x 480 e-book reader
- Supports e-Book content in Danish and English
- Audio: MP3, WMA, FLAC, AAC, OGG, WAV
- Image: JPEG/BMP
- Text: ANSI, UNICODE TXT, DOC, PDF, HTML, FB2, PDB, EPUB
- Long battery life: 1800mAh polymer battery
The other ereader has a 6" E-ink with a SDHC card slot, similar ebook abilities (but no video for obvious reasons). It also has a accelerometer and a speaker. Here are the sepcs for the 10487:
- 6" E-INK display
- Support language in Danish, English.
- E-book: TXT, PDB, PDF, EBUP, FB2, HTML, WTXT
- File type music: MP3, AAC, WMA, OGG, WAV, FLAC
- File type image: JPG, BMP
- Play time: Audio (shut off screen and with earphone) about 20 hrs. Ebook reading over 3000 pages.
I haven't seen this ereader before, but the menu looks an awful lot like one I have seen on a Gajah ereader I reviewed, the BK6001.