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Samsung's eReader has a sliding design like a mobile phone
Sporting a six inch e-Ink touchscreen display, the eReader from Samsung also has access to over a million titles thanks to a deal with Barnes & Noble
Users can updates memos, add journal entries and update scheduler information as well as make margin annotations and highlight important passages using the included electromagnetic resonance stylus pen
First seen at this year's CES in Las Vegas, Samsung's entry into the e-Reader market has now been made official. The device offers much of what we've all come to expect from an electronic reader such as e-Ink display and WiFi but, thanks to a deal with Barnes & Noble, users will have access to over a million book titles, magazines and newspapers.
Read the full article: Samsung teams up with Barnes & Noble for e-Reader release
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