I Wish My Nook's E-Ink Display Was This Smooth

As much as I love my Nook, that lag while scrolling is so annoying I wanna throw it across the room sometimes. Even though we shouldn't expect new displays this year, Bookeen is onto something here. » 5/21/11 8:00pm 5/21/11 8:00pm

The Bookeen Orizon, a Multitouch eBook Reader

Right now, the best eBook readers are from the big guys—B&N and Amazon—in terms of both the hardware and the convenience of use. But what it someone else developed a killer feature, like multitouch? What then? » 2/17/10 8:23am 2/17/10 8:23am

Netronix E-Book To Have Touchscreen and Wi-Fi

Taiwanese manufacturer Netronix is promising a new spin on an old idea: putting a touchscreen on an the EB-100, an E-Ink-based e-book reader. We've actually seen the basic design before, in the gen-3 Cybook by Bookeen. But there was never promise of touchscreen, nor anything said about 802.11g Wi-Fi, which Netronix is… » 3/13/08 10:38am 3/13/08 10:38am

Bookeen Cybook V3 Puts a Soundtrack to Your eBooks

The last time we talked about the Bookeen Cybook was in 2004, so we're keen on seeing what new features made it into their Gen3 device. In short, now their eReader can handle 8,000 page turns in a single charge (that's more than all the Harry Potters combined), an SD slot, RSS reading, and MP3 playback for listening… » 11/06/07 4:00pm 11/06/07 4:00pm