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Barnes & Noble working on a Nook 2 and Nook Lite eReader

Barnes & Noble working on a Nook 2 and Nook Lite eReader

Gizmodo is reporting that Barnes & Noble will be releasing two new versions of the popular Nook eReader by year’s end. This rumor follows on the heals of the Nook being sold in its second retail location — with popular electronics store Best Buy. Apparently B&N is looking to come out with the Nook 2 [...]

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The Onda VX560 has a lot packed in for a PMP, including eReader capability

The Onda VX560 has a lot packed in for a PMP, including eReader capability

While most Chinese PMPs are regulated to our “PMP Brief,” every once in a while one comes along that impresses us enough to devote an entire post to it. In this case, it’s the Onda VX560 PMP — a 7-inch PMP that supports 1080p HD playback and eReader functionality. Let’s start with the video. The [...]

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Confirmed: Nook coming to Best Buy on April 18th

Confirmed: Nook coming to Best Buy on April 18th

As those who follow us on Twitter know, on the 8th we reported that the Nook would be coming to Best Buy (and if you’re not following us on Twitter yet, go here to do so). Well today we’ve received confirmation (via press release) that the Nook is indeed coming to Best Buy. While the [...]

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Viewsonic to introduce two new 6-inch eReaders – the VEB 620 and VEB 625

Viewsonic to introduce two new 6-inch eReaders – the VEB 620 and VEB 625

Viewsonic has been pumping tablets out fast and furious for the last few months. They’ve released a slew of MovieBook PMPs, a 3G connected MID and even a slate tablet offering. Now it seems they’re getting into the eReader game as well. Viewsonic announced that they are bringing two new models of eReaders to the [...]

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Smart Devices to release the SmartQ R7 color screened eReader

Smart Devices to release the SmartQ R7 color screened eReader

Smart Devices, the makers of popular tablets like the SmartQ 5 and SmartQ 7, is coming out with a new color screened eReader. The R7 will use a 7-inch 800 x 600 resolution LCD resistive touchscreen and include a stylus built into the body of the device. There’s not a whole lot of information being [...]

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Questions about the Kobo Reader? Teleread has your answers

Questions about the Kobo Reader? Teleread has your answers

Teleread, one of the best eBook and eReader resources available on the web, just posted some more information on the Kobo Reader. In case you’re unfamiliar with the Kobo Reader (review here), it is a bare-bones eReader that will sell for $150 in Borders this summer (in the U.S. that is — Canadians will get [...]

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Review of the Kobo Reader by Kris Abel

Review of the Kobo Reader by Kris Abel

Two weeks ago Kobo announced they would begin selling their own eReader — simply called the Kobo Reader — in Canda this May followed by a later release in the U.S. by bookstore giant Borders. The Kobo Reader would retail for an extremely cheap $150 and be tied into the Kobo eBook Store. But what [...]

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Waterstone’s to bring dedicated eReader to the UK

Waterstone’s to bring dedicated eReader to the UK

In case you haven’t realized, eReaders have become the new “it” accessory. Manufacturers don’t look to create an eBook reader that depends on its hardware to sell, but rather as a media consumption device — it’s a spoon used to digest their eBooks and periodicals. That’s exactly what Waterstone’s, one of the largest U.K. bookstores, [...]

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Bi Sheng 600TW really is bi – features eReader and Smartphone

Bi Sheng 600TW really is bi – features eReader and Smartphone

As the blogger in us constantly feels the need to boil down products to manageable consumption for readers, let’s just call this one a “Kindle Phone.” In truth, the Bi Sheng 600TW is a 6-inch E-Ink screened smartphone with WiFi, Bluetooth and GSM/GPRS/EDGE 3G. Instead of a QWERTY keyboard it has a numeric one with [...]

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BeBook Neo eReader video review from BookBee

A few months ago BeBook introduced the Neo eReader to their already established family of eBook readers. Finally we have a review of the Neo by BookBee. Is it truly the One as the Oracle predicted? According to the Aussie reviewer at BookBee, the Neo — which costs a whopping $569 Australian dollars — is [...]

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