Thursday, November 5, 2009

The Dual-Screen E-Reader by Entourage Edge

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Dual screen e-readers make lives so easy. Firstly, they make you feel as if you are reading real paperback book. Secondly, a user can read on one screen while looking up for the meaning for unfamiliar words on the other. ‘The enTourage eDGe’ is making a revolutionary move by introducing this amazing dual-screen e-reader. They are all set to come up with their product in the market. The enTourage eDGe has designed the product systematically. The use of Android operating system makes the product more exciting.

The dual-screen e-reader by enTourage eDGe has two LCD touch screen displays. Each touch screen measures 9.7 inches diagonally. The concept uses e-link technology that enables its users to take notes with stylus on the screens. The feature of this particular e-reader that will make readers look forward to buy it is its inbuilt Wi-Fi technology. The Wi-Fi will allow users to easily download and enjoy their favorite e-books and e-magazines. Users can swiftly send e-mails.

The e-reader comes with a great advantage that will enable users to do several things including surfing internet, taking notes and handling e-mail accounts simultaneously. Blessed with admirable battery life the e-reader by the enTourage eDGe will definitely make users happy. The e-reader provides various input options including Stylus input on e-paper and touch screen, virtual keyboard and Bluetooth keyboard (optional).

The e-reader has the SD card slot so that its user can easily extend the memory. The device comes with two USB slots to make life simpler. The dual-screen e-reader by enTourage eDGe is surely going to give a tough competition to the Asus E-reader. The enTourage eDGe e-reader will be available by February, thus providing people a smart thing to buy on the occasion of the coming New Year. Endorsing features like 3G, WiFi 802.11 b/g and Bluetooth capability, this device is going to be a great success. 
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