The first eReader to have a full color display and hold nearly 268000 colors is none other than Fujitsu FLEPia. This amazing application is restricted for sales to other countries other than Japan. A number of similar eReaders display a wide spectrum of colors on the screen of the application.
The Apple iPad’s touch LCD display is similar to that seen in HDTVs. The touch screen tablet boasts of full browsing capability and it can hold nearly 14,000 applications. The amazing pixel resolution facilitates visibility of high quality and colorful images. The iPad comes with a backlid IPS panel display integrated with LED technology.
The Alex reader launched by Spring Design, similar to the resemblance of Barnes& Noble nook has a dual screen display. Alex boasts of holding a majestic six inch EPD screen. On the second screen which features full browsing capability allows the users to watch videos and photos.
A new display technology known as IMOD is integrated in Qualcomm Mirasol. Being more efficient than LCDs, IMOD facilities color pictures to glisten or shine like the glow seen in the wings of butterflies. Even under direct sunlight, the reflective feature of IMODs allows the users to read easily.
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This looks like an open book. The dual LCD screen allows the users to browse on one screen and have the pleasure of reading books on the other screen. Amazing features like web cam, built in speaker and Skype can be witnessed in this version.
More useful eReader applications with extensive features will be launched during the year 2011. It’s possible for the users to witness full video capabilities along with web browsing facility. The e-Readers can be used like a mini PC, where the pages can be scrolled up and down.