Pandigital Novel, whose existing line of eReaders are found in retailers nationwide such as Macy's, Kohl's, Kmart, JC Penny, Nordstroms, Walmart, and dozens more, added a new model to its lineup, the first of which to use ePaper technology.
The new Pandigital novel Personal eReader comes with a 6-inch electrophoretic ePaper display that's purportedly easy to read in bright sunlight and is non-reflective, just as an eBook reader should be. It boasts an 600x800 resolution and a touchscreen interface.
Like previous models, the new eReader comes integrated with the Barnes & Noble eBookstore. It has 2GB of internal memory, a built-in memory card reader to expand storage up to 32GB, Wi-Fi, a virtual keyboard, and a built-in mini USB port.
MSRP has been set to $200 "and is expected to sell at even lower everyday retail pricing and promotional pricing."