ASUS DR-900 e-Reader unveiled

At CeBIT ASUS unveils its first 9-inch ebook reader – ASUS DR-900, equipped with Wi-Fi 802.11g or optional 3G connectivity and battery life that allows users to read over 10,000 pages on a single charge.

The DR-900 has a 9-inch monochrome touch screen display( 1024 x 768, 150 pixels per inch, 16 scales of grey) developed by SiPix and allows users to write notes with their fingers without a stylus or a physical keyboard. Other features include 4GB of integrated storage, 3.5mm headphone jack,  built in web browser, capability to access RSS feeds and support for PDF, TXT, MP3 and ePUB files.

ASUS DR-900 E-Reader

Source: Asus

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