While browsing the Qualcomm booth at Computex in Taipei, Engadget discovered a very new, very unfinished Acer tablet powered by a Qualcomm MSM7227 and Android. The device was apparently there to showcase its processor, but responsiveness and agility weren’t exactly this gadget’s strong points. Again, this was an early demo, if not a concept design. Engadget compares the device to a blown up iPhone 4G.
With ebook publishers seeking compatibility amongst readers, this explosion of options is a bit bewildering for the average consumer. Without a universal format, how many e-readers can the market take?