Asus is showing this 9" e-reader that uses SiPix and comes with a pretty cool capacitative touch screen for navigation, text input and more. It will come in WiFi and GSM versions.
Hanvon is working on a 8" and 9" e-reader prototypes to be released once the software and the screen are stable and mass produced.
Wifi, stylus touch screen input, 6" e-reader by http://hanvon.com they may be releasing this with China Mobile with a cellular modem option instead of WiFi for the Chinese market. It comes with a very basic user interface and uses wireless modem or WiFi to access specific e-book stores to download the e-books. The stylus pen can be used for the interfaces as well as for writing annotations, inputting text and more.
This is the first 6" e-reader with a capacitive touch screen, it enables it to be much more compact than the Kindle as text input can be done on the touch screen. Although this is an early prototype demonstrated by Sagem Wireless at Mobile World Congress. The feature of using a capacitive touch screen on the e-reader does not remove from the readability of the screen and allows for finger touch screen input through the interfaces. A capacitive stylus input may also be supported. This device will include 3G and WiFi wireless data modems.
Here's a picture showing the size of it next to the Archos 5 Internet Tablet with Android at 4.8" and the PocketBook 360 5" e-reader:
The latest most powerful ARM Processor by Marvell, it includes all the most advanced features that Marvell can deliver for a full ARM Powered experience device.
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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
Here's an overview with one of the product engineers on the Entourage Edge which was a big hit with attendees of the CES 2010 and it seems to work pretty fine and should be released already next month.
Marvell was showing this interesting dual screen with a 5" e-ink wacom touchscreen on one side and a 4.8" WVGA LCD touch screen running Android on the other side.
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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- Dulin Books to ship Boox 60 (ubergizmo.com)
They have Windows CE on it for now, but they plan to have Android running on it soon. Check also my previous Menq video review of the Menq EasyPC E790 which is based on the same hardware as this Menq Tablet.