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.
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.
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.
We didn't review the Pandigital Planet
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Though priced to compete, the Pandigital SuperNova lacks the performance and features to seal the deal.
This Sylvania tablet won't completely light up your life.
Some products just aren't worth the hassle, even when they're a bargain.
The PanTouch Clear 10.4-inch frame from Pandigital measures only 0.3-inch thick, making it the company's first frame with an ultra-slim profile design as well as the thinnest available on the market according to the company.