Sunday, January 10, 2010

CES video/audio from TheKindleChronicles

The Kindle Chronicles podcast brings us audio and video interviews, with demos of newest E-readers at CES, by its roving reporters (Darlene too) and interviewer, Len Edgerly, whose reflections on CES are definitely unique and even poetically upbeat.

The podcast audio and 2 videos include time with (1) Patrick Mish, CEO of M-Edge, popular for creative covers and other Kindle accessories; (2) Joe Kralowetz, software director at enTourage Systems, who demos the eDGe Dualbook which has both an e-paper screen and an LCD color one for web activities -- and the 2 screens interact; (3) Neil Jones, CEO of InterRead, which makes the COOL-ER ereader, which has done well in the UK; (4) Maureen Mellon, direct of product marteting at Plastic Logic, whose Que, aimed at business professionals, made quite a splash this week, meeting predictions (here) that the Que "ProReader" would come in between $600 and $800.  Plastic Logic is selling the lower-cost 4-gig $650 model with WiFi but no cellular wireless, and the 8-gig $800 one will have 3G wireless.

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