- Made by: Binatone
- Released: February 2012
- Predecessor: ReadMe Classic V1
- Languages Supported: English, French, German, Chinese, Japanese, Italian, Portuguese, Russian
- File Types Supported: PDF, Word, XLS, TXT, EPUB, FB2, HTML, TCR, PalmDOC, CHM, OEB
This product features a large memory, energy saving display and lightweight portability. The electronic ink display mimic the appearance of ordinary ink on paper, and is clearly visible under most lighting conditions. Binatone is a UK company.
You can use the Reader to:
- Read eBooks
- Listen to music (using earphone) while reading
- Store files and documents
- Dimensions: 180.2mm x 131.6mm x 10mm
- Display screen: 6-inch E Ink display screen, resolution 800 x 600, 166 ppi
- eBook formats: PDF, WORD, EXCEL, TXT, EPUB, FB2, HTML, TCR (Psion Text), PalmDOC (Aportis Doc), CHM, OPEN EBook (oeb), OpenReader
- DRM: ADE based for PDF and ePub.
- Internal storage: 2 GB
- Supported memory card: SD, MMC up to 16 GB
- Built-in battery capacity Li-polymer rechargeable battery 1200mAH
- Power supply DC 5V included, uses USB cable.
- Operating temperature 0 - 40ºC
- Storage temperature 0 - 40ºC
- USB port: cable included.
- Audio: MP3, 3.5mm earphones included.
- Leatherette case included.
Earlier version was LCD based color screen
This is a rebranded EB-0600S by Hivision Co.Ltd.
- web site include a manual that can be downloaded.
This is a rebranded EB-0600S by Hivision Co.Ltd. The main chip is an Ingenic JZ4755 running linux 2.6. The update function looks for a /sdcard/init/system.upg file - the OEM has incomplete firmware files on their website. The device looks similar to the Augen The Book - same GUI, same SoC, different screen. http://openthebook.byteorder.net/ has some more info on "The Book"'s firmware.