Sunday, 31 January 2010

Dulin's Book Debuts New eReaders For the US Dulin PocketBook 360 and PocketBook 301+ Now Shipping

There' still room in the eReader market or at lest the folks from
Dulin's Book — an upstart independent ereader reseller from the
Pacific NW — think so, otherwise they wouldn't have announced two
new models for the US market. Dubbed Dulin PocketBook 360 and PocketBook
301+, both models feature multi-language support and will start shipping
in about two weeks.
Of the two, the Dulin's Book PocketBook 360 is the latest in the
company's e-reader collection. It features a 5-inch e-Ink Vizplex
display, 512MB of internal memory, a microSD card slot for expansion (up
to 32 GB), a 400 MHz Samsung processor and a Linux-based OS. Available
with a wonderful ergonomic design in either Ivory or Black, the new
PocketBook 360 also brings a position sensor for using with either hand
or in landscape and will set you back $240.
As for the PocketBook 301+, it's not much different except for the
larger 6-inch e-Ink Vizplex display and some expanded media playback and
game options. Hence why the $275 price tag.
Both models features support for a full range of ebook formats
(including EPUB).
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