While we've had Spring Design's Android-powered, dual-screenin hand for a few weeks, we held off on our review to give Spring some time to work out the kinks.
The good news is that Spring has already implemented some firmware upgrades and the Alex experience has improved. The bad news is the Alex remains a work in progress, still carries a high price tag of $399, and doesn't have a major e-book store integrated into it. In the end, those downsides are hard to ignore, but the Alex does have some impressive features and is wonky enough to appeal to techie types.
Check out our full review of the Alex eReader.