14 Results for

proReader

Review

Astak EZ Reader Pocket Pro (5-inch)

The compact Astak EZ Reader Pocket Pro has a solid feature set and an affordable price tag, but it faces stiff competition from competing models by Amazon, Sony, and Barnes & Noble that offer better designs, improved navigation, and more features.

October 22, 2009

2.5 stars Editors' rating October 22, 2009

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Plastic Logic Que Pro reader

Tom Merritt takes a look at the Plastic Logic Que Pro reader, at CES 2010 in Las Vegas.

By March 12, 2010

Article

Can Astak's EZ Reader Pocket Pro compete with the big boys?

The compact Astak EZ Reader Pocket Pro e-book reader has a solid feature set, but it faces stiff competition from competing models by Amazon, Sony, and Barnes & Noble that offer better designs, improved navigation, and more features.

By October 23, 2009

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Plastic Logic Que e-reader delayed till summer

Plastic Logic's Que proReader was supposed to come out in April. Now it's been pushed back till summer. With the iPad's arrival next month, that may spell doom for this once highly anticipated e-reader.

By March 12, 2010

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B&N to sell Plastic Logic Que along with Nook

In early 2010, Barnes & Noble will promote and sell Plastic Logic's larger and more sophisticated Que proReader in its retail outlets and in its online store, giving customers a choice of e-book readers.

By October 27, 2009

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Glassbook Reader; ProJPEG and Kaleidoscope

Glassbook Reader; ProJPEG and Kaleidoscope

By October 13, 2000

Article

Plastic Logic investor denies company for sale

A backer of the e-book reader maker says his comments to the Financial Times were taken out of context. Either way, the company needs to hurry and get its product to market.

By April 6, 2010

Article

Plastic Logic cancels Que e-reader

After several delays and amid rapidly falling prices, the start-up says it has canceled plans for the pricey book and document reader.

By August 10, 2010

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Buzz Out Loud 1257: Don't hold it that way (that's what Steve said) (podcast)

Turns out the iPhone grip of death is simply a "fact of life" with all wireless phones. If holding your phone makes your iPhone 4 signal drop dramatically, Apple would like you to know you should either hold it a different way or buy a case. From them. That sounds logical, right? Right. No, thanks. Also, introducing Rafe's new side project, oneleggedgoat.xxx. Enjoy.

By June 25, 2010

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DocStoc opens up its store to (almost) anyone

DocStoc is opening up its Web store to pretty much anyone this week, which means anyone with a "professional" document will be able to sell it online, through DocStore.

By February 23, 2010