The Brother SV-70 is a gadget from a company that most people have never heard of. The Brother Brand has been releasing document readers for quite some time and its latest invention is the Brother SV-70.
The Brother SV-70 is an ereader that has a 9.7 inch 1200 x 825 display. The device is 15.5mm thick. The gadget comes with Bluetooth 2.0 and EDR support. Prior to releasing the Brother SV-70, the Brother Brand had released a device called the Brother SV-100B. There isn’t much difference between the two devices but it should be noted that there is a notable difference in the onboard memory of the Brother SV-70. The Brother SV-70 can contain about 500 pages, which is down from the 1,000 pages that the SV-100B can contain.
The Brother SV-70 has 1000MB of internal memory, a USB port, a microSD slot, and runs on a lithium-ion battery that can provide up to 83 hours of use.
The price on the Brother SV-70 is quite expensive when compared to other ereaders such as the Kindle. The Brother SV-70 retails for $1092. Unfortunately, the Brother SV-70 is for the Japanese market. Currently, the Brother SV-70 is not for the European or US market, but perhaps over time it will be available in places other than Japan.