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E Ink Testing Capacitive and Electromagnetic Touchscreens for E-Paper Devices

E Ink Testing Capacitive and Electromagnetic Touchscreens for E-Paper Devices

E Ink, based out of Taiwan, has just revealed that they have built two new e-paper devices, which are currently being subjected to their individual tests, courtesy of their potential buyers. The two devices should be released into the market some time later this year, or at the latest early next year. All of this was unveiled from the company's chairman, Scott Liu. The main draw of the pair of gadgets, is the capacitive or electromagnetic touchscreens.

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Amazon Kindle Unveils New Models: $189 3G Model, $139 WiFi-Only

Amazon Kindle Unveils New Models: $189 3G Model, $139 WiFi-Only

Well, sure enough, it turns out that something did come from the Amazon Kindle selling out, with no sign of any restocking happening. Because Amazon has just pulled the curtain off their brand new Kindle, and sure enough, it's actually worth the wait. Bringing in that new graphite look, plus a new look and feel to the keyboard, the new Kindle brings with it the same features that we all know and love, but plenty of new ones that we know plenty of folks are looking forward to.

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Netronix WiFi e-reader hits FCC, headed to Cool-ER & maybe Kobo?

Netronix WiFi e-reader hits FCC, headed to Cool-ER & maybe Kobo?

Netronix may not be a household name in the e-reader market, but that's only because we're more used to seeing their devices branded as Cool-ER or Kobo (like the recent $149 Kobo model on sale at Borders).  Now a new FCC filing for what looks to be a 6-inch e-reader with integrated WiFi has emerged, potentially pointing to an updated Borders model that could download new titles via wireless network rather than just transfer them over Bluetooth.

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