Iriver says the Story HD, which sports an electronic paper display made by LG, offers XGA (768x1,024 pixels) resolution and has 63.8 percent more pixels and faster page turns, thanks to an advanced processor from Freescale Semiconductor based on ARM Cortex technology. It also has built-in Wi-Fi and will allegedly have a partnership with a major e-book seller when it's released later this year. No word on how much it will cost, but Iriver did say it would be "competitively priced" when it arrives in the "second quarter" of 2011.
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The Kindle on the right has fewer details in the tiger image.
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The software on the Story HD was still in early development.
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