“..The reader comes with 4GB of storage – which holds about 5 Txtr E-books (compared to about 1,000 on the Kindle)-
- rather than a rechargeable battery the Beagle runs on two AAA batteries -
-(which Txtr claims will last you about a year).
There’s also no 3G or WiFi: You put books to the Beagle by downloading them through a Txtr app (Android or, soon, iOS) on your smartphone – and then beaming them to the reader via Bluetooth.
That smartphone bit is actually pretty important: Txtr can offer the Beagle so cheap by selling it through mobile carriers -
- which will make the eReader available as an accessory to your smartphone…”
(ed:..that is very cool..eh..?..)
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