Plastic Logic’s QUE proReader Arrives in January

October 19, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Plastic Logic will lift the wraps off its first proReader on January 7, 2010. Tailor-made for professionals, the new QUE proReader with a touch screen interface is to arrive as an ultra-thin, ultra-light, wireless-enabled device.

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To be more specific, the QUE proReader would be the size of an 8.5 x 11 inch pad of paper, less than 1/3-inch thick, and weighs much less than a normal mag. The device would boast of the largest screen, compared to what its peers have to show off.

If you ever plan to grab one when it debuts in January next, you will be glad to know it provides easy access to your most-needed content, plus a few publications you wish to read or download while on the go. The QUE proReader supports PDF, Word, PowerPoint, and Excel documents. You will also get to use a handful of tools that will help you interact with and manage content. E-book store giant Barnes & Noble would power the QUE proReader.

Wi-Fi enabled, the reader would get connected in the US with the AT&T 3G network. Significantly, the 3G network would make it even faster if you are looking at downloading content.  Further, you don’t have to worry about battery life either, as the QUE proReader would be powered by a battery that can last for days together!

Plastic Logic has said it would be ushering in the QUE proReader with an exclusive technology which makes the device shatterproof. The business reader clientele would be a happy lot with a tamper-proof plastic display to show off. An addition that will have all in it to lure you to stores is the deployment of the E Ink Vizplex technology, which promises to offer an awesome reading experience. Waiting till January 2010 is the only pain.

(via Engadget)

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