Where have all the e-ink readers gone, long time passing?

By Chris Meadows
June 16, 2010 // 3 Comments

Jon Stokes at Ars Technica wonders whatever happened to all the Chinese e-ink readers that were on display everywhere you looked at CES but are now conspicuously absent from E3. He points to the examples of the Plastic Logic Que (or “QUE”) and the Sprint/Hearst Skiff, two of the most [...]

E-book reader quick links: Samsung, Apple, Amazon

By Chris Meadows
February 4, 2010 // 0 Comments

Samsung has revealed a new e-ink reader, the E61, this one with a physical qwerty keyboard similar to the Kindle’s. This reader joins Samsung’s E6 and E10 readers from CES to make a trio of new e-ink devices. It uses the standard 6” 800×600 resolution e-ink screens seen in most such [...]

Maybe the most interesting tablet PC isn’t at CES

By Evan Leibovitch
January 8, 2010 // 0 Comments

In geek circles and indeed here at TeleRead, the big news these days is all coming from the CES show in Las Vegas. As far as the e-book world is concerned everyone seems to be following tablet devices—those being announced at the show and even those not being announced. But for those who are [...]

The e-book field needs more innovation, not less: CES counterpoint

By Evan Leibovitch
January 7, 2010 // 0 Comments

I wasn’t as impressed with Edward Nawotka’s editorial on the recent Consumer Electronics Show as Paul Biba was. In fact, I saw a troubling lack of foresight and even hindsight. A decade or two ago, someone might as well have said that a Walkman was everything needed to enjoy music.  [...]

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