Though priced to compete, the Pandigital SuperNova lacks the performance and features to seal the deal.
We didn't review the Pandigital Planet
The Pandigital SuperNova has an appealling price, but doesn't offer enough to be ultimately worth the money.
The feature set of the affordable Pandigital Novel looks good on paper, but this color e-book reader and multimedia device is hobbled by its extremely slow performance and unresponsive touch screen.
From the company better known for its digital photo frames comes the Pandigital Novel e-book reader, which features a 7-inch color touch screen and access to the Barnes & Noble online bookstore.
While the Pandigital 8-inch PanTouch's new interface doesn't make a huge difference, the frame is a generally solid choice with an attractive feature set.
The Pandigital 8-inch digital photo frame may not have built-in Wi-Fi, but it does deliver a pretty sharp-looking picture, has a fairly straightforward interface, and support for video and audio playback, which makes it an all-around solid digital photo frame.
Pandigital's new $200 Novel 6-inch Personal eReader has a touch-screen interface and built-in Wi-Fi to go along with a Barnes & Noble tie-in.
The Pandigital is nice for displaying your photos, but you shouldn't count on it for video playback.
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Pandigital's new 7-inch color-screen e-reader looks a little like a mini iPad, but costs only $200. Barnes & Noble's e-book store is integrated into the device, which is scheduled to ship in mid-June.