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So, Asus did it again! After creating the first ultraportable computers (Eee NetPC) the Taiwanese computer company has decided to devote part of its tech production to a device which  will soon become a must among young  as well as senior users : e-book reader. As usual, Asus wants to surprise us by selling  it at less than $200. But let’s see what rumors and leaked infos are emerging from the Web during these days.

The upcoming Asus e-book Reader is named ASUS DR-950 and is set to join the e-reader sector alongside the likes of Amazon’s Kindle and Barnes & Noble’s Nook is set to join the e-reader sector alongside big names which are already well established among users such as Amazon’s Kindle and Barnes & Noble’s Nook. ASUS DR-950 will sport:

  • 9-inch grey-scale display (1024 x 768 resolution)
  • Touchscreen.
  • 4 GB of internal memory.
  • Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity.
  • SD card slot.
  • USB port.
  • Support for 26 languages.
  • Custom Web browser.
  • Handwriting recogniction.
  • Text-to-speech feature.
  • Integrated dictionary.
  • Stereo speakers.
  • file support for Audible, MP3, PDF, TXT.
  • It will cost less than $200.



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One Comment to “Asus to Launch Its Own e-Book Reader (ASUS DR-950)”

  1. Dennis F. Says:

    Aren’t they a few days late – or a year? Just download Kindle for the PC or one of the other readers onto your netbook and you have a small e-reader, and a full fledged PC! No brainer. And it does video, Excel, Word, and whatever.


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