e-Reading Hardware

The Pandigital Novel gets a clone

13 July, 2010 // 2 Comments

Mike Cane found a pair of tablets this morning from a company called Velocity Micro. Based on thei rsite, I'd say that this is a custom PC builder, and these are their first tablets. The Cruz Reader [Read More ...]

Hacking the Pandigital Novel (video)

12 July, 2010 // 148 Comments

Second  Update: These instructions were written back in July 2011, and they stopped being valid by the first of August 2011 (the process got a lot easier and now gives you better results). You can [Read More ...]

Prestigio announce new e-readers

2 July, 2010 // 1 Comment

I've just come across another ereader brand (via lesen.net). Prestigio are a consumer electronics company with products sold in 40 countries. They've just announced that they will be carrying 3 [Read More ...]

Kindle to be sold in airports

28 June, 2010 // 1 Comment

From the press release: Starting June 28, travelers will find the Amazon Kindle for sale in HMSHost branded stores-Simply Books and Authors Bookstores at airports across the country. HMSHost, a world [Read More ...]

Pandigital Novel delayed for a month

24 June, 2010 // 3 Comments

I just finished exchanging a few emails with my PR contact at Pandigital. She has told me that the Novel will be delayed for about a month. Here is the relevant text from her email: We will have [Read More ...]

Energy Sistem added 2 new e-readers

21 June, 2010 // 2 Comments

Energy Sistem are a consumer electronics company based on Spain. I'd previously reported on their first ereader, the 2601 (made by Gajah). Someone just sent me a link to the product pages for a pair [Read More ...]

N618 – new e-reader from 4fff

10 June, 2010 // 0 Comments

No, I didn't get the company name wrong (I think). I found another reseller of the BenQ Qisda QD060b00. Some time back I showed you the FCC paperwork. It has Wifi, touchscreen, 2Gb Flash, SDHC card [Read More ...]

Viewsonic Jin Yong e-reader

10 June, 2010 // 2 Comments

This is another great ereader from Viewsonic. It was named after a popular novelist, and it has a Marvell CPU, Wifi, 2GB Flash, and a unique touchscreen by a Swedish company called Neonode. It was [Read More ...]
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