E-Readers are proving to be all the rage at CES this year (from low-power color displays to super thin models) and we got to take a look at the preview version of the much-hyped, large format Skiff from Skiff LLC.
With an unannounced released date or price, the flexible Skiff will deliver content on Sprint’s 3G network.
We found that the e-reader, which uses resistive touch, had better and faster reactions than the similarly sized Que from Plastic Logic (which is capacitive). Both are basically the size of a sheet of paper and are marketed at readers of traditional newspapers and magazines.
The Que will come to the market in April, retailing in two versions that cost $649 or $799.
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