Monday, 15 March 2010

Interead COOL-ER eBook Readers Getting Upgraded The Self-Proclaimed iPod of eBook Readers Is Getting 3G, WiFi

When the Interead COOL-ER eBook reader launched this May, the company
CEO told the internet that his product was the iPod moment for eBook
readers. And now, the hip-looking eBook Readers are getting an upgrade,
as they are getting 3G from AT T and WiFi support.
The currentย versionย of the COOL-ER eBook reader comes with only
connectivity through USB or SD cards, but now, Miami-based Interead is
launching a new model that will support 3G connectivity from AT T and
WiFi support.
But, you can't be the next iPod without an iTunes, and Interead has that
too, with, their instant digital download book store.
While the prices aren't as cutthroat low as the Amazon Kindle, they are
a bit lower than the MSRP. Newspapers fans can relax easy as the COOL-ER
will compete with the Kindle's newspaper subscriptions via a deal with
NewspapersDirect where they'll offer over 1,300 newspapers and magazines.
The COOL-ER eBook reader feature the same 6 e-Ink screen as the Kindle,
but is a bit smaller. The internal member of the device is 1GB, but can
be expanded with theย aforementionedย SD slot. The COOL-ER reader's
current model will set you back $250, with the 3G/WiFi model shipping
sometime in mid-2010.
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