Is Lenovo preparing an eBook Reader?

By SiliconIndia   |   Wednesday, 30 December 2009, 02:31 Hrs   |    3 Comments
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Bangalore: After Asus and MSI's eBook Reader plans, Lenovo is the next firm rumored to join the eBook Reader bandwagon. As reported in a Chinese site, Tech 163, Lenovo did not out rightly deny its interest in eBook Reader.

Amazon Kindle, Sony's Reader and Barnes & Noble's Nook are the eBook Readers which are currently available in the market. Practically, every publishing and content company, be it news sites or magazines, is planning subscription based model, reports TechTree.

However as publishers tend to think beyond the PC and mobile platform, Lenovo seems interested in taking chances. Besides the form factor, eBook Readers are also about the screen, wireless support and storage capacity.

According to TechTree, the rich domestic or regional content producers are now interested in selling their content beyond the traditional book/magazine method. Hence, more eBook Readers with distinct features and sizes would emerge in 2010. Also, there will be several well-known print content publishers offering their content digitally in digital format.

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