Editor's Note: I thought that I published this post in January 2011, but it was listed as a draft when I found it today. It is over year old but I am posting it anyway.
Hanvon had a bunch of ereaders at CES, but the 2 that you're dying to see are the new 9.7" color ereader and the new 9.7" high resolution ereader. I got my hands on both.
They were both engineering samples and there isn't a definite release date for either. I know some sites are reporting that the e920 (grayscale) would be out in June but that's not what I was told.
Also, since they were engineering samples I didn't try to play with the features much; they're going to change as the design matures.
I'm not impressed with the color screen and I'm really beginning to wonder if color is worth it. E-ink will always be at a disadvantage; LCDs can do it so much better and faster.
Next we have the new high resolution screen that Hanvon announced a few days ago. I really couldn't tell the difference between the 6" (at 167 ppi) and the 9.7" (at 200 ppi). But, the previous 9.7" screen had a resolution of 1200x864, which meant it had about 150ppi. The new screen is a 33% increase.
I couldn't get them to let me move it so I could shoot a video, unfortunately.