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Linux-powered e-paper e-book offers 60 books per charge

Dec 7, 2006 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive — 2 views

Taiwan-based e-book specialist eRead is shipping a Linux-based electronic book reader featuring an electrophoretic (aka electronic paper) display (EPD). The low-power, thin, light-weight Star eBook STK-101 can be used to read as many as 60 books on a single charge, the company claims.

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According to eRead Spokesperson “Christine,” “Everyone who touches [the device] and uses it will want it. It is really cool, and I have one :).”

Find out why Christine is so fond of her Star eBook by reading our complete Device Profile:

Device Profile: eRead Star eBook STK-101 digital book reader

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