- Made by: TrekStor
- Released: Jan 2013
- Predecessor: none
- Languages Supported: English, German, French, Dutch, Italian, Spanish, Polish, Portuguese, Swedish, Ukrainian
- File Types Supported: ePub, FB2, PDB, PDF, RTF, TXT
At 4.3" this is the worlds smallest dedicated eBook Reader. It is available in 3 colors and costs about $65, 49 Euros. There is another edition called the Liro mini.
- Features folder navigation
- light weight one handed operation.
- Memory: 2 GB, 1.6GB available to user.
- Display type Digital epaper display
- Display size: 10.9 cm (4.3")
- Display dimensions: (w x h) 66 mm x 88 mm
- Screen resolution: 600 x 800 Pixel 232 ppi
- Card reader: (supported card formats) microSD , microSDHC upto 32GB.
- Interface: Hi-Speed USB 2.0 (Micro-USB) , Memory card reader
- Color: Black, Blue, Pink
- Dimensions (W x H x D) 85 mm x 128 mm x 9 mm
- Weight: Approx. 111 g (with battery)
- Type of housing: Plastic (Rubber)
- File Types: ePUB (support for Adobe® DRM) , FB2 , PDB , PDF (support for Adobe® DRM) , RTF , TXT
- DRM support: Adobe DRM on ePub and PDF
- Images: JPEG , GIF (up to 2.5 MP) (not animated) , PNG (up to 2.5 MP) , BMP (up to 2.5 MP)
- Power supply: Lithium-polymer battery, USB port
- Charge by: USB port, USB charger
- Charging time: Approx. 3 hours
- In the box: eBook Reader Pyrus mini, USB 2.0 cable (Micro-USB (male) / USB-A (male)), Quick guide
- ↑ Patent suit pending with E Ink
The patent suit says the display is made by "Guangzhou OED Technologies Co., Ltd" based in China and violates E Ink patents.