Word out of Digitimes is that ASUS has an e-book reader in the works, which I daresay should be known as an “Eee-reader,” and MSI may not be far behind.
Asustek Computer plans to launch an e-book reader under its Eee brand by the end of 2009 at the earliest, according to company president Jerry Shen.
Meanwhile, Micro-Star International (MSI) is also evaluating the e-book reader market, according to industry sources.
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