Anyone who is looking for an ultra small e-book reader, might be interested in the new Txtr Beagle which has been unveiled by the German e-book developer Txtr this week.
The new txtr Beagle is equipped with a 5 inch E-Ink 800 x 600 screen and measures just 5 mm thick and weighs just 128 grams, and is being marketed as the smallest e-reader in the world.
The txtr Beagle e-book reader is not equipped with a touchscreen or wireless connectivity, but is equipped with Bluetooth support allowing you to transfer e-books from your smartphone devices. Txtr has also created their own iOS application which has been specifically designed for transferring e-book’s from Apple devices directly to your Beagle e-book reader.
The tiny Beagle reader is powered by a pair of AAA batteries and includes 4GB of on-board storage but doesn’t include any microSD card slots for expansion. When the txtr Beagle arrives in stores it’s expected to be priced around €10, but official prices will be set by the networks selling the devices once it launches. If you are looking to expand the storage of your iOS devices you might be interested in the ios MicroSD reader.
Source: GoodReaderFiled Under: Gadgets News, Technology News, Top News