Posts Tagged ‘eReader’
Yesterday, Kobo started taking preorders for its new 7-inch Kobo Vox (Vox Populi – in Latin – voice of the people) – Android 2.3 eReader/ tablet.
The social Kobo Vox eReader has a 7-inch AFFS+ multi-touch antiglare display with and +/ – 89 viewing angle. It is powered by 800MHz single core processor, 512MB memory, 8GB of storage space and a micro SD card reader, which can expand storage up to 32GB.
The device comes loaded with Android 2.3 Gingerbread and preloaded apps for magazines, newspapers, music, social networks, games, a dictionary, an app store, email and web browsing.
Yesterday, Sony uploaded an official video showing how Scuba Divers use Sony’s PRS-300RC eReader underwater.
The Sony PRS-300RC eReader was placed in a special waterproof and pressure resistant casing - designed (for six months) to work with that model underwater. Sony’s Reader Pocket Edition is not available anymore for purchase (through store.sony.com), but at least you can watch the unique video posted by Sony.
Today, Sony introduced World’s Lightest 6-inch PRS-T1 Reader Wi-Fi eReader, that also features an enhanced touchscreen.
The PRS-T1 eReader comes in red, white and black, it is just 168 grams and 8.9mm thin. It has a 6-inch advanced, high-contrast touchscreen and its battery life can hold up over a month (depending on use).
The new Reader Wi-Fi PRS-T1 (from Sony) gives you the extra freedom to buy, borrow or get eBooks for free wherever there’s a wireless connection available.
From the latest releases to popular titles and classics, it’s easy to browse and download titles in seconds from a huge range of compatible bookstores and other web sites. You will also be able to buy and download eBooks and periodicals via Wi-Fi from the rapidly expanding catalog available at the Reader Store and even borrow eBooks wirelessly from public libraries thanks to simple, seamless access on the device via an on-screen ‘Public Library’ icon.