There will also be an extensive list of borrowed devices on display, including Kindles, iPads, a couple iriver Stories, Onyx Boox, and a Samsung E65. We're also planning to have an endangered species table with an HP TouchPad, the original Kindle, and a few rare items from my collection. I will be contributing my oldest ebook reader, a Sony Data Discman (it works). I'm also pulling out my original Rocket eBook, Softbook Reader, REB-1100, GEB-2150, and an Ebookwise-1150.
This was my first attempt to help organize an event and I think it's progressing rather nicely. I'm thrilled with the critter list; even if you leave out my contributions it is still going to be more devices in one place than you will see anywhere short of CES. What's more, we're going to have the new color E-ink screen next to Qualcomm's Mirasol screen, and that's something that you won't find even at CES.
Registration for the TOC Conference is still open, and press passes are still available (email me or leave comment).
Is anyone looking forward to the Zoo s much as I am?