- Do we know yet if it will have full access to MacOSX and Linux machines, or only to Windows? - It is likely to mount as a disk drive. This is how all the rest of the Netronix devices work. --DaleDe 22:59, 21 December 2008 (UTC)
- Does anyone know about the software? Will it convert .LIT? Not directly see Foxit for details. --DaleDe 22:59, 21 December 2008 (UTC)
 eSlick == Bookeen Cybook Gen3
As both are EB-600 devices the hardware specifications should be the same. My eSlick is 8.5 mm thick. So the information on the Cybook page may be more accurate. My device says it has 71 MB internal memory available for storing files so the eSlick seems to have more memory than the Cybook.
What I can tell you about operating System support: It mounts on Linux like every other USB-Device so copying is no problem. Firmware updates have to be done with a Windows machine and the Foxit software you get with the device is Windows-only too.