Wednesday, July 22, 2009

More on Plastic Logic's e-book reader

We reported earlier this week that Barnes and Noble would be using this reader in their answer to Amazon's e-book store. It wasn't until I read this piece in the Times blog that I realized that I actually knew nothing about Plastic Logic. This article fills the gap.

NYT: The Plastic Logic Reader, the size of a regular piece of paper, will be slightly larger than the Kindle DX and sport a touch-screen. Plastic Logic says the device will be targeted at business users, which typically suggests a higher price and the need to lure more affluent customers.

Unlike the Kindle, the Plastic Logic Reader will also be able to access Wi-Fi hotspots. More...

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