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Lightweight and super-portable, the jetBook e book Reader by Ectaco is the most complete, easy to use eReader in the world! Download books from just about anywhere online and move them directly to the jetBook. No extra software needed. The jetBook has the most format support of any eReader so you can read your favorite e books in Barnes & Noble DRM ePub, Adobe Digital Editions ePub & pdf, HTML, PRC, MOBI, RTF, TXT, PDF, FB2, JPG, GIF, PNG, & BMP. The unique 5” TFT LCD screen makes page turns instant, with no lag or images from your previous pages. The jetBook is easy on the eyes with variable font zoom from 12 all the way to 32 point font make reading possible even for some with visual impairments. An internal Lithium battery completes the package and provides over 23 hours of continuous reading.
Support for almost any format including: DRM ePub , ADE ePub, ADE pdf, HTML, PRC, MOBI, RTF, TXT, PDF, FB2, JPG, GIF, PNG, & BMP
5” TFT LCD screen
Font zoom from 12pt to 32pt
SD card expandability up to 32GB
Built-in translators for English, Russian, Polish, German, and Spanish
Multilingual support for the following languages Support for eBook contents in Albanian, Catalan, Danish, Dutch, English, Faeroese, Finnish, French, Galician, German, Icelandic, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish, Croatian, Czech, Estonian, Hungarian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Polish, Romanian, Russian, Slovak, Slovenian and other European languages
Extended battery life for over 23 hours
English dictionaries so you can look up almost any word while reading
Portrait and Landscape mode for reading at different angles
In March of this year (2008) ECTACO released a new electronic book reading device, the Jetbook. Previously a company that produced electronic translation devices, ECTACO put that experience to good use to design and build their Jetbook...