Aluratek Reveals Libre Air And Libre Touch eReaders
In fact, it's a lot like a basic tablet. It has a 16GB microSD card and a full web browser, and for videos, the Libre Touch supports: MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG 4(Xvid), Divx, H.263, H.264, RM/RMVB, WMV7/8/9, MKV, MOV, VOB, FLV.In addition to the included one hundred classic titles, the Libre Air and Libre Touch work with many local library e-book programs for access to free books. Adobe Digital Editions software can be used to purchase, download, view and manage e-books. ePUB and PDF support is featured for all newly-released books. E-book support includes: EPUB, PDF, TXT*, FB2*, MOBI*, PRC*, RTF* (*non DRM). Both the Libre Air and the Libre Touch feature built-in Wi-Fi for wirelessly downloading e-books, as well as MP3 playback for background music or audio books. Audio formats supported are MP3, WMA, AAC, WAV and OGG. PDF support displays documents for easy reading and navigation and each reader is adjustable so the font can be increased to each user’s preference. For photo viewing, JPG, BMP, GIF and PNG formats are supported.
Enough to topple the NOOK or Kindle? Likely not, but these are certainly good low-cost alternatives.