German software and hardware company, Txtr GmbH officially announces that the company is all set to launch the cheapest e-reader yet in the world. Realizing the predictable competition with Amazon's much selling out e-readers, Txtr has priced the Beagle eReader as low as â‚¬9.90 (about US $13) for its base model.
At present it is Amazon's Kindle is the cheapest e-reader in the world at price tag of $69. But, as the Beagle eReader comes to the market, the record will be pleased to rewrite to the name of the Beagle eReader for being the cheapest e-reader in the world.
The Beagle eReader comes with a 5 inch E Ink display with a resolution of 800 x 600 pixels. The device is backed up by a pair of AAA batteries. An unexpendable internal storage of 4GB memory satisfies users for this price tag and makes it a real value for money equipment.
It weighs only 128 grams and might be the lightest eReader in the world too.
It is powered by Bluetooth connectivity to share eBook purchases to smartphones and tablets. An iOS app installed in it allows users to transfer and store their eBooks on Apple devices.
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