This device is along the same vein as Barnes & Noble’s Nook and Spring Design’s Alex in that it is a dual screen e-reader. Unlike like those two, the eDGE unfolds like a book, whereas the Nook and Alex are a split screen. Not only can you download e-books, you can also take digital notes with a stylus, watch movies, listen to music, send email, and more. Let’s see how accessible it is:
- Weighing in at under 3 lbs to make it very portable
- Removable battery lasts up to 16 hours on one charge
- Virtual keyboard with bluetooth option for external keyboard
- Can flip to either landscape or portrait view for comfortable use
- E-ink technology prevents glare on screen
enTourage eDGe does not include Text to Speech, but their website claims that they are working on it. Curious to see more? I was! Gearlog has several detailed photos of eDGe. If you’re wanting to invest in this particular device, you can pre-order one for February for $490.