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Shortly after recently releasing the latest model of their popular Kindle Paperwhite e-reader, Amazon is reportedly prepping a high-resolution version of the device for release in the second quarter of 2014.
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Sales of Raspberry Pi, the cheap and tiny computer that was designed to teach programming to students, have passed two million units in sales in just two years, exponentially more than the co-creator of the $35 unit expected when the Linux-based computer first came onto market two years ago.
Buytablet2day.com announces the release of the black Friday deals on the Kindle Fire 8.9-inch HD tablet.
The Booq E-reader (4FFF N618) is an e-book reader using the Linux 2.6.23 operating system, manufactured and released in 2010 by Condor Technology Associates. It was sold globally under various names, one being the Pandigital Novel 6" Personal e-Reader in North America. The display is a six-inch electronic paper touchscreen with 16 levels of grayscale. The device uses a Samsung 400MHz CPU, it has 128 MB RAM, 2GB storage with a microSD slot for an additional 16 GB. It is Wi-Fi capable,...
The Digital Reader 1000 (DR1000) was produced by iRex Technologies in the Netherlands and released on September 22, 2008. The DR1000 is an e-Book reading device made in three versions: the DR1000 does not have a touchscreen; DR1000S has a touchscreen; and the DR1000SW has a touchscreen with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity. Production of this device was discontinued in 2010 when iRex filed for bankruptcy. The unit has a 10.2 inch screen, uses Linux 2.6 operating system, has 128 MB of...
The GP2X is a handheld portable media player and video game console manufactured by GamePark Holdings from South Korea. It was released on November 10, 2005 in South Korea only. Game Park manufactured a device called the GP32 in 2001, and was in the process of manufacturing the next generation handheld but disagreements in the company prompted many of the personnel to leave and start their own corporation, GamePark Holdings. The original name for the device was to be the GPX2 but due to a...
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