Several months ago Sharp announced a pair of ereaders (5.5" and 10.8") that they were going to use to support their own funky enhanced ebook format. (It's not Epub so yes it's funky.) Both models showed up on the FCC website today.
The paperwork was actually filed back in November, and some of the data (like the external photos) was only just released. It doesn't tell us anything new, though. The only external photo appears to match the early pictures of the 10.8" model that were handed out to the press all those months ago.
I wonder what they're going to do about format support. I know that XMDF is fairly common in Japan but no one uses it in the US. Good luck with trying to get companies to distribute in yet another format.
Update: Scott pointed me at a PC Magazine article from a few days ago. I was right about the format; The US version will support Epub, not XMDF.