The iriver story isn’t exactly a mainstream hit here in the states. Well, actually, that can be said about most of iriver’s wares, but it’s a popular brand abroad so it should come as a surprise to see the next generation of the iriver’s ebook reader. The story Touch Edition builds upon the first model, but does away with the QWERTY keyboard and instead opts for a full 6-inch touchscreen. The rest is standard ereader fare including multi-document support along with various audio codecs. No word on pricing or availability, but it’s not like you should worry about it anyway. It’s unlikely this model will leave Asia.
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