Jinke to demo 9.7″ e-readers w\color epaper screens at CES

Jinke have just announced that they'll have a pair of large screen ereaders at CES this week. There are no hard details on the specs, but I'm guessing this will be the color E-ink screen we saw a couple months back with the IR touchscreen sensor developed by Neonode.I have a couple of pictures, but other than that i don't know much at this point. BTW, Hanvon will also have their 9.7" color ereader on display at CES, and both booths are on my list.From the press release:

Jinke, the Chinese leading manufacturer of ePaper reading device, announces at CES 2011 that various new models will be released in 2011. The models, each with 9.7-inch color displays and infrared touch panels, are more than was expected. In 2011 electronic ink technology will enter into the era of color; Jinke Company will firstly adopt it and launch color devices to the market. Infrared touch technology is the best solution for ePaper devices and Jinke will release products with this technology in succession.

Jinke, as one of the global leading manufacturers and designers of ePaper reading devices, has released the world’s first zero power consumption reading device with the brand Hanlin in 2000. Jinke has developed dozens of models which can support multiple languages, formats and Adobe DRM. The popular V3 model has sold over a half million units all over the world. In 2010, Jinke released its new series models, V60, A6, A9 and V90, which have received high review rankings from the industry. With its excellent design capability, professional technical team and individual service, Jinke has many partners throughout the world, and has established a leading position for its Hanlin brand ePaper devices. In 2011, Jinke, an industry groundbreaker, will accelerate the speed of development of the reading community and cloud reading.

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