The products they shown off were the new PocketBook Pro 602 and Pro 902, the Premium model Pro 603 and Pro 903 and the PocketBook IQ with TFT color screen.
The entry level 602 has a six inch e-ink screen, while the 902 has a 10 inch one. The battery life on both models are good for around 12,00 page turns before you would have to recharge it. Spec wise, each model is rather identical. You have both models running on a Linux based operating system, and possess bluetooth and WI-FI. They internal memory of both devices is around 2 GB.
Meanwhile, the Pocket Pro 603 and 903 have the same screen sizes as the lower tier models, both 6 inch and 10 inches. Battery life is the same as well, at around 12,000 page turns. The big difference is that these models have a multi-touch screen and 3G for internet. The company is billing the touch screen as the e-reader equivalent of a WACOM tablet.
One of the more surprising new features that was shown off was their first Android Tablet PC, named the Pocketbook IQ. This little dandy has a 7 inch TFT Color Touch screen. It will have WI-FI and bluetooth and a built in G sensor, so it can switch between horizontal model and landscape.
Now lets talk ebooks, chances are you are buying the PocketBook IQ for its e-reader perks! It allows you to read many different formats including PDF and ePub. The internal dictionary has around 17 different languages, so this is a very international tablet. You can also listen to audio books and if you are reading a book and want to make notes, it has a note taking feature.
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