ASUS have outed their new ebook reader at CeBIT 2010 this week, the DR-900, a 9-inch super-slim device with an E Ink display. The ASUS DR-900 - according to the brief PR blurb the company have supplied - has integrated WiFi and optional 3G connectivity, and they reckon it's no thicker than a pencil.
Battery life, meanwhile, is sufficient for around 10,000 page turns - the equivalent of around twenty 400-page novels on a single change - though we're pretty confident that's with the various wireless options switched off. ASUS have previously been talking about the DR-950, which looks mighty similar in the press photos to this DR-900, and we're guessing the two models are basically the same thing.
That means a 1024 x 768 resolution display and support for PDF, ePub and HTML files among formats. There's also talk of text-to-speech and RSS, while connectivity includes a USB port and 3.5mm headphone jack. Onboard storage for the DR-950 ranges between 2GB and 4GB, with an SD card slot to add to that, and ASUS at one point were taking about the potential for WiMAX being added too.