The latest ereader from Pocketbook has hit the market.
The Pocketbook 360+ is the new and improved version of Pocketbook's 5" ereader. It features a faster CPU, and it has Wifi, a microSD card slot, 2GB Flash storage, and a g-sensor. Unfortunately, it's keeping the same Vizplex screen as before. This puts it at a competitive disadvantage here in the US where the Kindle costs $10 less.
This ereader first went through the FCC back in, and you might recall that it starred in a video from about a month ago. Someone played Doom 2 on it. (The video is after the break.)
Speaking of the FCC, all the documents from the December filing have been released. The internal 2GB Flash is actually a microSD card.You could open the ereader and swap out it out for a higher capacity card if you like.
It's selling for $149.