The GoBook Imagine features an LED-backlit 8-inch touchscreen display at 800 x 600 pixel resolution flanked by physical page turn, zoom, volume and power buttons
The GoBook Imagine comes with 4GB of onboard solid state memory, with a MicroSD card slot for expansion and supports ePub, PDF, HTML, TXT, RTF, FB2 eBook formats
The GoBook Imagine can also can handle MP3 playback up to 320 kbps bit rate and supports 720p HD video playback in AVI file format
The GoReader bookshelf and reading app will shortly be available for download from the Google Play Store, and will work with Android phones, tablets or laptops
Unfortunately, the only image of the GoBook Surf we've been able to get - taken at the London Book Fair
Ergo Electronics has launched two new color e-Readers at this week's London Book Fair, together with an Android reader app and a campaign to encourage parents to read with their kids
Reading for pleasure among today's youngsters simply cannot compete with the temptations of readily available immersive gaming, online networking and HD movie entertainment. According to a report by the Every Child a Chance Trust, shortcomings in child literacy are said to cost the taxpayer an estimated £2.5 billion (nearly US$4 billion) per year in England alone. Ergo Electronics has responded to the electronic reading needs of children by launching two new color e-Reader solutions, an Android reading app and a parent/child reading campaign at the London Book Fair, which runs from April 16 to 18 at the capital's Earls Court.
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