- Made by: Neolux Corporation, South Korea
- Released: September 2009 (Sweden)
- Predecessor: NUUT
- Languages Supported: Korean or English
- File Types Supported: XML, TXT, ePUB, PDF, JPG, GIF, PNG, MP3, WAV
Currently not available in the US. Available in Europe (Sweden). The variation of XML used is the Korean standard eBook format. NUUT2 is a brand-new reader device using electronic paper display. It provides the main advantages of electronic paper such as ultralow power consumption, which allows the user to read thousands of pages in one-time full charging, and a reading environment without any eyestrain, unlike LCD monitors. NUUT2 also supports wireless networking systems, so you can have the newspapers to which you subscribe automatically downloaded every morning. The NUUT2 features Adobe Digital Editions support for PDF and ePUB. Files added on SD card (or USB stick) under directories "books", "music" and "pictures" shows up in the UI under the corresponding media type listings.
- Weight: 290g
- Dimensions: 178 x 137 x 13~19 mm.
- Screen: E Ink Vizplex (6-inch / 167ppi / 600x800 pixels) 8 level gray scale.
- CPU: ARM-compatible, 300Mhz.
- OS: Linux based (gui: qt).
- Memory: 1 Gig
- Battery: Li-polymer 1250 mAh (one charge for 7'000 pages)
- Expansion Slots: SDHC Card up to 16 GB
- USB host 1.1 for memory cards up to 16 GB
- Other Interfaces: USB 2.0 slave, 9 click buttons, 10 touch buttons
- Sound: Speakers, headphone
- WiFi: Wireless LAN 802.11b/g WEP (currently disabled in euro version)
There is a new NUUTbook that is a followup on the NUUT (Now referred to as the NUUT1.) however, the hardware is now in house designed.