E Ink Holdings’ revenue has gone up thanks to an increase in shipments to Amazon. The world at large might still be reeling under the influence of a prolonged recession, though not every one is complaining. E-book reader sales continue to show positive growth and is poised for an even bigger jump during the coming holiday season. A number of players in this segment have come up with new e-book readers all priced competitively to tap into a greater segment of the e-book reading market. This means increased profits for E Ink Holdings that reported a consolidated revenues of NT$4.6 billion for the month of September, which translated to an impressive US$149.93 million. The same for the first nine months of the year has been NT$27.94 billion, which is an increase of 80.8 percent over the same period last year.