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In an eReader market crowded with products that promise to do more, multitask, and download books over the air, is there still room for devices that focus just on eReading? The PocketBook 360 reader doesn’t have Wi-Fi or 3G, run Android apps, or come with two screens. But this 5-inch device still manages to include compelling features like an accelerometer, a built-in cover, and an ergonomically sound design. However, at $239 it’s more expensive than its closest competitor (size-wise) and only $20 less than two of the most high-profile readers on the market. So is the 360 worth a look?The 5.5 x 4.6 x 0.5-inch PocketBook 360 is smaller than the $199 Sony Pocket Edition reader, though they have the same size screen. To the left of the 5-inch E-Ink electronic paper display (EPD) sits two large buttons for page turns and a centrally located navigation pad with up/down/right/left and Enter buttons. Along the top edge there’s just enough space for a microSD Card slot and the power button. The 360’s mini-USB port sits on the bottom edge. The 360 has a simple yet ergonomically comfortable design. We like that it’s so light—just 6.6 ounces—and fit comfortably in our hands no matter which direction we held it.
By GameSpot, published 02-03-2011
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