Tue, 16/11/2010 - 15:33
Waterstone's has slashed the price of its Elonex colour e-book reader to £79.99, making it the cheapest colour device in the UK.
The cheapest e-book reader remains the Imagin 5" TFT device, which WH Smith is selling for £64...
Sun, 12/09/2010 - 09:11
The Cool-er e-Book reader, which disappeared from the market when parent company Interead went into liquidation in June, is set to return in partnership with fellow e-book specialist Elonex, according to technology website Pocket-lint.
Cool-er marketing director Phil Wood told the site that Elonex had the financial stability to back the...
Mon, 04/01/2010 - 16:32
Waterstone's is backing the cheapest e-book reader on the market, a £129 Elonex device, with prominent point of sale material.
The reader went on sale on its website last month. The Elonex 511EB has a 5" inch screen and comes with a 4GB memory card that can hold 8,000 books.
Users can read up to 8,000 pages between...
Tue, 30/06/2009 - 14:21
The first point to make on the Elonex [pronounced like the name Elle] ebook is that it is very simple to use. It really is just a Reader: unlike the Sony device it doesn't play music. Unlike the iLiad you can't take notes, or annotate. Unlike the Kindle it cannot connect to the web for accessing Kindle-formatted blogs or newspapers. It's not an...