BenQ nReader K60 Touchscreen eBook Reader

The manufacturer presents its first e-book reader, nReader K60
versatile and lightweight, scheduled for January 2010 initially for the
Asian market. The product will be submitted probably at CES 2010.The area of eBook Reader begins
to be filled up with different devices, each with its own
characteristics but united by similar specifications. For example, you
can cite Sony Reader or Amazon Kindle 2 that in these days has seen update its firmware to version 2.3. Also BenQnReader K60, A device equipped with a 6-inch touchscreen display e-ink
technology and a resolution of 800×600 pixels. As often happens in this
kind of device, the display 16 gray levels to make the viewing
experience similar to that of printed paper. propose its version presented

 The new model created by BenQ, supporting this format, PDF, TXT, and HTML regarding the text and JPEG, BMP, GIF and PNG for images,
Also supports playback of MP3 songs using a headphone output jack to
3.5 mm. nReader K60 has 2 GB of internal memory much on which to store
up to 4,000 texts. It also offers a classic microSD card slot that
increases its potential. In a structure with dimensions of 175 × 122×11
mm and weight about 220 grams, this model allows access to the network
using a form Wi-Fi 802.11b / g integrated.

Furthermore, using the interface USB 2.0 You can always connect a 3G modem
to be connected everywhere. The battery is rechargeable and has an
installed capacity of 1530 mAh which enables, on average, reading about
7,500 pages. nReader BenQ will be marketed initially in the Asian
market at a price of about $ 277 at the exchange rate. There are no known official information about the spread of K60 on international markets.


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