BenQ K60 nReader

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BenQ K60 nReader


BenQ has launched the first of many devices to come in its nReader series of devices. The first model is simply called the K60. They are owned by Qisda, a Taiwan company with initial rollout in Asia.

  • Six-inch touch screen facilities operation by instinct, enabling readers to select, buy, and search books at one finger tip easily.
  • Network: nReader is just like a mobile bookstore, allowing entrance to consumers via 3G wireless network card or WLAN for buying, reading, and storing books anytime, anywhere.


  • measures 175 x 122 x 11 mm (6.9" x 4.8" x .43")
  • weighs 220 grams. (7.8 oz)
  • 6-inch touch screen electronic paper display that uses SiPix Microcup technology.
    • resolution of 800 x 600 pixels with 167 dots per inch and it can display 16 gray scales.
    • Display controller: AUO K-1900
  • Formats: ePUB, PDF, TXT, HTML, JPEG, BMP, GIF, PNG, MP3
  • Memory: 2GB (good for about 4000 books)
  • microSDHC card slot accepts up to 16GB in size.
  • micro USB port
  • full-size USB 2.0 Master port - support for USB devices.
  • 3.5mm audio jack.
  • Languages: Chinese, English, Japanese


First product

See Also


This is similar to the K60. It features

  • next/prev keys on both sides.
  • This model features 3G connectivity and Wi-Fi.
  • adds EBI, DOC formats which are probably also in the K60.
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