French E-book to debut in the summer of 2000. Features include an internal modem and color screen. Site in French only.
A great source of information on electronic book hardware, software, and content.
If you're interested in the nuts and bolts of e-books (tasks, interfaces, and systems), this site is the place to start.
With this device, you can read (or listen) to thousands of your favorite titles, enjoy your favorite music, and carry all of your important personal data wherever you go.
Two ebook readers from Gemstar, evolved from the Rocket eBook and Softbook readers.
A readers supporting both Adobe's PDF and Microsoft's Open eBook (HTML) formatted e-books.
Looks like a re-branded Hiebook reader. The site has bibles, sermons, devotionals and other reference material to download to your reader.
goReader is an electronic book reader designed for students. It weighs less than five pounds yet can hold more than 150 e-textbooks.
eBook device and reader software from Korea.
The physical product of Digital's virtual book project. Read the project summary and conclusions here.
Powerful Windows-powered PDA devices from HP, Compaq, Casio and Symbol. All come with Microsoft Reader software and a variety of ebooks to get you started.
XLibris is a prototype interface for reading developed by Xerox to explore the question "can computers help us read?"