Boeye 5" e-reader designs.
Boeye's 6" e-reader.
Another 6" e-reader that suggests to provide the business model of giving the e-reader away with 1 or 2-year newspaper subscriptions.
PocketBook is launching the new PocketBook 302 and the 603 at CeBIT 2010. This press conference is in German and Russian.
7" Android Tablet.
Onyx is talking about their latest status of the firmware updates that they are making for their implementation of embedded Linux in a wacom touch screen enabled WiFi e-ink e-reader the Onyx Boox, also sold at Bebook Neo. They are also talking about the imminent release of a 3G version, different designs, larger e-ink screens and the eventuallity of using Android OS in future devices or as a firmware update in the current one.
Here's a 7" Android Tablet powered by a Marvell xscale processor, can have built-in WiFi, GPS and 3G.
http://1crosstech.com is showing a cool looking combination of a 6" e-ink e-reader on one side, with a 3.2" HVGA Android LCD on the other side, and also with a touch panel keyboard input and a whole bunch more hardware features such as a 3G sim card slot, WiFi, Bluetooth an accelererometer, VGA webcam for video-conferencing and more.
A 9.7" e-ink e-reader by Boeye.
Gigabyte is secretly showing a prototype of Android running on their first e-ink e-reader project. They are trying to adapt Android for e-ink e-readers, to allow users to install whatever RSS feed reader, news aggregator, any source for ebooks, web browsers and more adapted reading on paper-like screens with WiFi or 3G connectivity and perhaps even touch screens. I'd like a browser plugin that lets me bookmark articles in one click to read later on the e-reader thus using such synchronization software within Android that generates the reading queue based on web contents reformatted perfectly to read on such screen like reading on paper.