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Researchers at Fujitsu have upped the ante in the very competitive E-reader market by releasing a group of color E-readers in your new FLEPia line. These E-readers incorporate Fujitsu抯 ground breaking color e-paper and turn to be the first at a new wave of color selection E-readers. This gives Fujitsu typically the technical lead over similar devices such as the Kindle that are nonetheless stuck back in the black and white era.
The announcement by Fujitsu comes on the heels of the release from the new Kindle 2. 0 and it will be interesting to see how the folks from Amazon respond to the latest salvo within a ever competitive battle for nothing as few as the future of printed out media.
燭hese new devices from Fujitsu are currently being tested as a place of sale (POS) terminal in the Termina Kinshicho Fujiya restaurant in Tokyo being an interactive menu. In addition to allowing diners to pick their menu choices by means of tapping its sexy touch screen, the device also gives patrons access to train schedules, local climate, and other shopping websites. It does this via its wireless LAN service, all from the convenience of their table, and all in living color. The device is also thinner than a number of other E-readers like the Kindle and it has a larger screen in the process. Even though this is really a small test with only a few E-readers being used, it does represent a great application for that technology and could be the sign of things to can be purchased.
The E-readers from Fujitsu are being offered in two types and three colors: white pearl, pink pearl as well as silver. They are both a very slim 12 mm thick and also have a clean and arranged look. The larger of the two (A4) has some letter sized display and also weighs about 480 gr. The slightly smaller (A5) version is letter sized not to mention weighs just 320 grms. The display is a powerful XGA quality that works with 768 X 1024 in addition to either 8 or 4096 colors can be chosen. Both of them sport an internal wireless LAN connection that enables them to connect into the local network for talking and downloading of content. The units incorporate a new 4GB SD flash memory card to provide for neighborhood storage of content based on the minimal storage requirements of all newspapers and magazines these firms be enough space to stay you entertained for quite a while. For navigation the E-reader has a compliment of 6 buttons and a scroll key on the lower portion of the system, positioned for easy access as well as a touchscreen display. The units also support a UNIVERSAL SERIES BUS 2. 0 connection port as well as internal stereo speakers.
Fujitsu claims that just one charge of the battery will give you 50 hours of operation. This is possible because of the way that e-paper succeeds. Unlike a standard LCD show, e-paper only requires power to initially draw the appearance. Once the image is actually displayed, there is no additional power required to sustain it. This is one factor which makes e-paper the perfect medium for ebooks since perusing involves the display of the page of text that is static while you are reading the page, and then changes before another long period of rest as you read the next page. Another nice feature of the Fujitsu E-reader is that it incorporates a touchscreen showcase. This makes navigation much easier and allows for further interactive menus and programs than counting on a scroll key not to mention navigation buttons alone. These two features usually are what really sets it aside from other current E-readers and may prove to be the next milestone in the Kindle to reach. Currently the retail regarding these new units is near to 3 times the cost of the new Kindle, but expect this in order to drop as more FLEPia units are sold and production increases. For now, the FLEPia unit looks to be the king of the hill within the E-reader space, but expect others to challenge the application soon.
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