Energy Sistem Energy Book 2061
Released March, 2010
The Cons:Ridiculously overpriced per its weak specifications.
The Energy Sistem Energy Book 2061 is an entry-level e-reader released in March 2010. It features a 6” SVGA Vizplex display, 64MB of internal memory, SD/SDHC expansion, and an included 2GB SD card.
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Unfortunately it is not wireless, as it relies on a base-level USB connection to hookup to a PC. Once connected, however, users can read ePub and PDF files (among many others), play music via an integrated MP3 player, and view photos. Additional features include a 3.5mm jack, USB charging, and a rechargeable battery that supports 6000 page-turns per charge.
- Entry-Level e-Reader
- SVGA Vizplex Display
- SD/SDHC Memory Expansion
- USB PC Connectivity
- Photo Viewing / Audio Playback
- Includes 100 Classic Pieces of Literature
- User-Friendly Multilingual Interface (En/Sp/Fr)
- Page-Marking/Zoom/Book Search Functions
- USB or AC/DC Charging
- Windows/Macintosh Compatibility
- OS: Windows 2000/XP/7, Mac OS 9.x/X+
- Display: 6” E-Ink Vizplex (800x600)
- CPU: Samsung Arm9
- Memory: 64MB
- Expansion: SD/SDHC (2GB SD Included)
- Battery: Lithium (6000 Pages)
- Formats: PDF, ePUB, RTF, TCR, PDB, PRC, MOBI, HTM, HTML, TXT, CHm, FB2, DJVU, DJV, MP3, PNG, TIF, GIF, BMP, JPEG
User Reviews (1)
Ridiculously overpriced per its weak specifications.
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