Greenbook intros EZRead Touch ereader for $95

Greenbook EZRead Touch ereaderTaiwanese company Greenbook has introduced its newest eReader device called EZRead Touch which comes with a pocket friendly price tag of $95.

As the name indicates, the reader is fitted with 6-inch E-Ink touchscreen for easier page turning, it is powered by 800 MHz Freescale iMX508 processor and has 128 MB mDDR system memory, 2GB onboard storage, enabling you to store up to 3,000 eBooks. The reader measures 114.1 x 166.6 x 10 mm and weighs 215 grams with its 1,500 mAh battery, it also has built-in Wi-Fi, a USB port, Stereo jack and a microSD slot if you need more space.

Greenbook EZRead Touch ereader

The company also offers similar model, that don’t have touchscreen display and cost $75, both models are available for pre-orders now and will begin shipping in early December.

EZRead

Via: TechConnect

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