Onyx International has improved their hardware design to provide a drop proof protection for the glass wacom enabled 6" e-ink screen.
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.
Bebook are now going to distribute the awesome looking e-reader for 299€ from their website. It is manufactured by Onyx International which I interviewed the Chairman, CTO and Marketing representatives at CES 2010 in my previously posted video:
Official introduction video from Bebook: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a9XUdkw3Yn4
Interview with the team behind the very impressive Onyx Boox e-reader device. It's a 6" e-ink e-reader which includes both very impressive and fast integration of Wacom stylus touch screen input and WiFi and it can even have 3G option built-in! Check this video to hear from the product managers and engineers at Boox what their current status is and what we can expect from the upcoming firmware updates.
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