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Plastic Logic: Bored of waiting in the Que

Plastic Logic: Bored of waiting in the Que

By 11 August 2010

Plastic Logic has announced that it has ceased development on its Que ProReader as a result of the market dramatically changing. The device, which had a 10.7-inch screen, was designed to be more than just your average ereader - it was geared towards reading... >>

First Look: Plastic Logic Que proReader review
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First Look: Plastic Logic Que proReader review

By 18 January 2010

While most ebook readers will offer you the chance to read a book, the Plastic Logic Que proReader takes a different approach - it's more geared to reading the newspaper, letting you check your email and calendar. But will it work? We got hands-on at... >>

The top 5 business gadgets at CES 2010

The top 5 business gadgets at CES 2010

By 13 January 2010

Prepare to treat this sneaky work time reading as research - expense it against your taxable profits. CES may be the Consumer Electronics Show, but the discerning businessmen out there will have spotted an investment opportunity in one or two of the gadgets... >>

The best of CES 2010

The best of CES 2010

By 13 January 2010

Another year and another CES is over, but what were the best gadgets shown in Las Vegas? What should you look forward to and what should you be putting on your Christmas list for 2010 right now? Here are Stuart Miles' top five gadgets of the show: ... >>

What CES 2010 did for...ebook readers

What CES 2010 did for...ebook readers

By 11 January 2010

We knew it would be a big year for ebook readers at CES, but what we found on the show floor impressed us even still. The two watch words were clearly size and connectivity and just about every reader worth its salt now is connected to the potential of... >>

Plastic Logic Que proReader debuts

Plastic Logic Que proReader debuts

By 7 January 2010

Cambridge based company, Plastic Logic, is hoping to shake up the ebook reader market with the launch of the QUE proReader at CES in Las Vegas. The new device claims to be more than an "eReader" and promises to provide "a premium reading experience... >>