PocketBook A7, yet another contender for the "more than an e-reader, not quite a tablet" crown. The hardware itself will seem pretty familiar if you've ever seen an HTC Flyer, but features like integrated next and back butons aim it squarely at the e-reader market.
Samsung Galaxy Nexus and Android 4.0 (ice Cream Sandwich). Android 4.0 has been steadily making its way to many devices (unofficially of course) since its source hit the net, and so will CyanogenMod 9 in due time.
mirasol display e-readers other than the Kyobo eReader that was just launched this week in South Korea. We haven't been able to enjoy this new screen technology yet for ourselves but now that the reader is available a few videos have appeared on YouTube for us to enjoy.
Kyobo Book Centre has unveiled the world's first eReader based on the new mirasol display technology by Qualcomm. This color e-paper display technology will allow for an enhanced reading experience as well as offer bright colors for pictures and video and exceptional battery life. The Kyobo eReader with mirasol is on sale starting today in South Korea and will initially be targeted at education customers.
NOOK event in NYC, they took a little time in between singing the praises of the Nook Tablet and telling you why you shouldn't buy a Kindle Fire to officially lower the price of their e-ink model, the Nook SimpleTouch. The 6-inch reader will drop to a price of just $99.
Kobo Vox is Kobo's take on a tablet/reader, a la the Nook Color or Kindle Fire, and like the latter it starts at just $199.99. Unlike the Fire, it's shipping out this month.
a rooted or at least unlocked build in the wild. Details and instructions aren't available, but rest assured they'll make their way onto the various hack-friendly forums out there.
customize and brand an Android tablet to their subscribers' needs, then subsidize the cost of the tablet for cheap, efficient e-reading.