I found a couple videos for this ereader. Neither is in English, but they show enough detail that they give a good idea of how well this device works. The first is a short silent demo which takes you through a few features.
The AfterGlow sports a 6" Pearl HD E-ink screen with a resolution of 1024 x 758. It runs Android on a 1Ghz CPU with 512MB RAM. It has 4GB internal storage, a microSD card slot, Wifi, and unlike some of Onyx's cheaper models, the AfterGlow has both a frontlight and a capacitive touchscreen.
Weighing in at 186 grams, the AfterGlow has a 1.7Ah battery with an estimated battery life of around 8 weeks. It also has page turn buttons and ships with a case. And well it should, given that it retails for 100 euros (plus VAT and shipping).
In terms of software, the AfterGlow runs Android
and ships with Google Play, giving users access to a broad range of reading apps. It also ships with Onyx's own reading app, which includes broad support for ebook formats, extensive annotation abilities, and TTS from Ivona.