Back on May 24, the Pandigital Novel eReader was officially unveiled. The eReader has a color 7-inch LCD and generally looks really cool. It runs Android and has WiFi connectivity. The cool part about that WiFi connectivity on the device is that it not only lets users connect to the Barnes & Noble eBook store, it also lets them share titles for up to 14 days.
In case you forgot the full specs, the device supports multimedia like MP3, AAC, and WAV files along with JPEG, PNG, and GIF images. It has 1GB of internal storage and can save to SD memory cards as well. The 2.5mm headphone jack lets you listen privately and it measures in at 5.5 x 7.5 x 0.5 inches and weighs a pound.
The Novel was slated to launch this month for $199.99 and launch it has. However, the device has landed at Kohl's for $60 more than the MSRP at $259.99. Figure in another $22.95 for Kohl's shipping and this thing is the same price as other more established eReaders on the market.