This looks (from the video, at least) to be a great use of several different technologies, integrated into one unit. The voice is also way better than the Book Port, the ebook audio-reader one of my friends favors.
I was at first a little disappointed with the screen size, but Intel did scalable fonts right, and it looks like it's without the artificial size limits of Kindle, Sony Reader, and others. And of course, the screen isn't the primary mode of output.
Alas, unless I get an evaluation copy, I'm unlikely to get one. I can afford $300 for an ebook print reader but not $1500. But then again, I'm not as visually handicapped as some, and I know that this will have a market. Way to go, Intel!
"I didn't cry when Bambi's mother was shot... but I cried when HAL was turned off."
To ClemSnide we have the same problem I cannot afford the $1499 that Intel's asking for it now and it would really benefit
me if I had one I am 70 years old and never did read a book completely through I have ADD and dyslexia and I would give anything to be able to read a book completely through sent your e-mail was published November 12, 2009 I'm wondering if you found anything out if there someone that would help us out and get a reader I live on Social Security and a minimum so I am skimming every month just to get by in Intel reader would really help if you have any insight on this please let me know you can find me on Facebook.
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