CES 2010 | Skiff’s Innovative Big-Screen E-Reader to Debut at CES

Skiff’s Innovative Big-Screen E-Reader to Debut at CES , are you looking for a large and thin ebook reader that will suite your electronic reading requirements ?

It has a 1600 x 1200 11.5-inch touchscreen (finger and stylus) that, as you can see from the above screenshot,I always wanted to have this e reader . It’s bigger than any Kindle or device from B&N. and I believe it is optimized for magazines and newspapers.

Connecting to the upcoming Skiff digital store via Wi-Fi and Sprint’s 3G network, I don’t know when it will reach Saudi Arabia and Philippines.

Part of Skiff announcement :

NEW YORK, January 4th, 2010 – Skiff, LLC and Sprint (NYSE: S) today announced that they will preview the Skiff Reader, the first e-reader optimized for newspaper and magazine content, at the 2010 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas later this week.

The Skiff Reader, the initial dedicated device to integrate the upcoming Skiff e-reading service, is remarkably sleek and easy to use. At just over a quarter-inch in overall height, the device is the thinnest e-reader announced to date. It features the largest and highest-resolution electronic-paper display yet unveiled in a consumer device, at 11.5″ in size (measured diagonally) and a resolution of 1600 x 1200 pixels (UXGA). A full touchscreen enables users to intuitively navigate and engage with the newspapers, magazines, books and other digital content they purchase through the Skiff Store, as well as personal and work documents. The device weighs just over one pound and lasts over a week of average use between charges.

source : Gizmodo

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