More new devices
It seems as though the floodgates have opened. We know there are a number of no-name Chinese made e-book devices on the market, but now the brand names appear to be sniffing around in the footsteps of Amazon’s Kindle. From engadget:
It’s finally coming true; all those e-ink readers we expected would flood the market after the Kindle’s initial release were apparently just waiting for its successor before jumping into the fray. Joining recent announcements from iriver, Neolux, and Plastic Logic is Brother, with the SV-100B. The company is calling it a “Document Viewer,” featuring a 9.7-inch, 1200 x 825 display — larger and stocking twice the pixels of the Kindle 2.