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|10th January 2010, 05:47||#1|
iRiver unveils Story e-reader
iRiver has unveiled the Story e-book reader during CES in Las Vegas this weekend, adding yet another appealing e-reader device for consumers to consider.
The Story, which is only 0.36 inches thick, includes a 6-inch E-Ink screen, MP3 player, USB 2.0, and a battery supporting 9,000 page turns. The device also has a full QWERTY keyboard, Microsoft Office file viewer, voice recorder, and a memo pad and scheduler. iRiver also is including 2GB of internal storage, with an SD card slot for additional storage capabilities.
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