Roll up: E-reader goes after newspaper market

04.01.2010 Screen : Consumer Electronics Show : E-readers
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e reader by Skiff New York e reader by Skiff New York
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Las Vegas – The largest e-reader yet is set to debut at the Consumer Electronics Show this week. The new Skiff Reader, backed by the Hearst publishing company, has an impressive 11.5-inch touchscreen optimised for viewing larger-format media such as magazines and newspapers. The portable device, with a flexible screen, weighs just over a pound. The Skiff Reader will join a host of other e-reader innovations expected to be on display to form one of the key themes at this year’s show.

Find out more about e-readers and other new technologies in our preview of the upcoming 2010 Consumer Electronics Show.

The show will be reviewed fully next week on LS:N Global, with all the key themes and trends set to change the way we consume technology and gadgets in the coming 12 months.

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