Electronic Book Netronix based on Android - in 2010

Monday, November 30, 2009

Company Netronix conjunction with Texas Instruments is developing a device for reading electronic books based on Android. All specifications of the device is not yet known, but the highlight is the combination of embedded devices with a smartphone, though not known in what form this combination will be realized. At the very least, will be supports cellular networks 3G / 3,5 G.

While CEO Lou Netronix Arthur (Arthur Lu) did not disclose the exact timing of the emergence of Android devices, but said it plans to release new models of e-reader with support for 3G networks in the middle of next year. According to the head of the company Netronix, digital device for reading will turn into personal communication devices that will use a wireless connection, not only for downloading e-books, but also for voice calls, SMS or Internet access. The company plans to release in 2010, more than 1 million devices for reading electronic books.

The company demonstrated a prototype with screens from 6 - to 9,7 - inches at the beginning of this year, not so long ago, the two devices for reading electronic books Netronix production began to be sold in the United States under the brand name Dulin.