First look at Hanvon’s new color e-reader
So Hanvon announced their ereader yesterday the FBD 2010 trade show, and like almost all the tech blogs I had to work off the press release and stock photos (I hate that). But I kept an eye out, and here are some of the photos shot at the tradeshow.
You can click on all the images to see a larger size.
The lead photo is from QQ, and the rest are from Netbook News, which even got a look at the spec sheet:
- Freescale ARM Cortex-A8 processor
- 9.68? 800 x 600 pixels
- 4,096 colors
- 2GB flash memory
- 128 / 256MB RAM
- microSD card slot
- USB 2.0 host
- mini USB (charging)
- 3.5mm audio jack
- built-in mic
- 2 stereo speakers
- 802.11b/g WiFi with optional 3G (EVO / WCDMA / TD)
- supported formats – TXT, HTML, HTXT, PDF, DOC, XLS, PPT, EPUB, HEB, JPG, BMP, TIF, GIF, MP3, WAV and WMA.
I’m skipping most of the pictures becuase many were ruined by glare from overhead lights. But luckily for us, NN took a few minutes to get a good look at the new screen. They weren’t impressed with the colors (they looked washed out). And they also were disappointed by the screen resolution. This last is a good point; 800×600 is low on a 10″ screen.