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 COOLER-E-BOOKS.com, 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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