iRiver Libre Is Like a Kindle LightMark Wilson3/05/09 4:40pmFiled to: EbooksIriver libreiRiverLibreBooksEbookE InkEinkEpapere paper16EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalink Japan is not new to ebooks—Sony has touted the technology overseas for some time—but with the Kindle 2, everyone is jumping on the eBoook/E Ink bandwagon, including iRiver. UPDATE Advertisement The iRiver Libre doesn't feature EVDO or a QWERTY, but it is a white-framed eBook that reads PDFs, plays music and features SD-expandable storage. It's also controlled by a single joystick.And as long as that joystick works well enough, we're interested to see how much the Libre costs whenever iRiver decides to release it. I mean, Amazon isn't the only company in the world, people. [engadget via DVICE]UPDATE: As our sharp-eyed readership pointed out, this product appears to be a mere reskin of another, the eSlick.