The Million-E Culture MReader offers touchscreen, 3G, iPhone look

Here’s a video by Charbax from ARMDevices showing off the Million-E Culture MReader eReader which offers a resistive touchscreen, WiFi and 3G connection and a eerily similar iPod Touch/iPhone look for around $220.

The MReader has a 6-inch 600 x 800 resolution resistive touchscreen with 16 shades of grayscale along with SD card which can increase the storage to a maximum 16GB. The eBook reader supports ePub, PDF, TCR, PRC, PDB, MOBI, OPF, OEB, HTM, HTML, TXT, CHM, FB2, DJVU, IW44, IW4, DJV, PNG, GIF, FIT, BMP, JPEG and MP3 eBook/audio/image formats. It has USB and headphone ports, external stereo speakers, measures 7 x 5 x 0.39 inches and weighs around half a pound. They also offer non-touchscreen version for $20 less.

Since it is resistive you’ll notice quite the murky screen in the video — similar to the Sony Reader touchscreens. Million-E plans to increase their MReader line with a nine-inch version which should be available within the next month or so.

Source: ARMDevices

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4 Responses to “The Million-E Culture MReader offers touchscreen, 3G, iPhone look”

  1. interesting device. seems a little slow. And dont think I could handle that negative *Flash* when you change pages.

    But great video-review from Charbax

  2. looks great where can I find more info and buy one looked everywhere online???

    • Some products get announced and then never make it to market. Check that: MOST tablet products are announced and never make it to market. This is probably one of them or, if not, was probably released under another name.

  3. the 9″ reader has been available for quite a while now. I purchased mine from ‘pixelar’ in the UK and their customer services have been fantastic, even offering to hold one back in stock if I could guarantee a purchase three weeks later.

    the support software is pretty poor, but the device itself is used with an SD card is a doddle to use.