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que e-reader

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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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Plastic Logic cancels Que e-reader preorders?

It looks like the expensive Que e-reader has been caught in the iPad undertow and may never be released.

By June 28, 2010

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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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Acer puts e-reader plans on hold

That long list of companies planning to come out with e-readers just got a little shorter, at least for the moment.

By February 23, 2010

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Plastic Logic CEO on Que e-reader (podcast)

Larry Magid speaks with Richard Archuleta about e-readers in general and Plastic Logic's Que.

By January 10, 2010

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E-readers' next chapter might not have happy ending

There were plenty of the book readers on display at CES, but many question whether the market for such dedicated devices is large enough to support all the new entrants.

By January 8, 2010

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Plastic Logic unveils its pricey Que e-reader

The long-hyped, full-screen e-book reader is shown off to the Vegas crowd. The device will start shipping in April, with two models starting at a hefty $649.

By January 7, 2010

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Plastic Logic still vague, plans for color e-reader

Plastic Logic, the maker of the much-anticipated, vaguely understood Que e-reader, will finally announce availability, pricing, and design at CES 2010.

By December 11, 2009

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CES 2011: The best so far

Our picks of the most exciting treats in store for CES 2011 in January, from glasses-free 3D to multi-core smart phones and tremendous tablets.

By December 23, 2010

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Bendy screens, 3D Web and Windows 8: We see the future of computing

When they're not trying to kill us, the next generation of computers will serve up websites in 3D, put print-quality ebooks in our bags and be small enough so we can get some work done on a plane.

By November 23, 2010