Friday, May 15, 2009
A British company, Interead, is launching a no-frills electronic reader. It hits the United States on June 1, available through Interead's website.
It seems to be a great little gadget--lightweight, compatible with both PCs and Macs, and running a Linux operating system. It carries a $249 price tag, far less than the market leading Kindle, or the Sony Reader. On the downside, there is no wireless connectivity, no keyboard, and no text-to-speech feature. And the best part? One of the 8 colors that it comes in is this hot pink!
Have at it!