Enjoy your favorite novels on this digital, hi-def book reader from iRiver. This device provides up to two gigabytes of memory and can accommodate an SD card. This device is Wi-Fi enabled, so you can access thousands of title from Google eBooks. This is the first e-book reader to have the Google eBookstore on board, making it the first Google eBooks e-reader. You can buy many of the same e-books that you can buy in the Kindle Store, the Nook’s eBookstore, Sony’s eBookstore, Apple’s iBooks, and Kobo’s Store. Checkout the specifications and more detail bellow.
- PDA and Handheld Features: 240,000 Word English Dictionary
- Processor Type: i.MX508 with ARM Cortex-A8
- File Formats Supported: TXT, XLS, DOC, PDF, EPUB, PPT
- Built-In Memory Storage Capacity: 1.4GB
- Display Features: High-Definition, 6″ E-Ink Display
- Display Size: 6.0 “
- Maximum Resolution: 1024 x 768
- Wired Connectivity: USB 2.0
- Wireless Technology: Wi-Fi Enabled
- Wireless Standard: IEEE 802.11b/g
- Input Method: Keyboard Entry
- Input Type: SD Card, Mini-USB, SDHC Card, SD Card Slot
- Includes: Quick Start Guide, USB 2.0 Cable
- Power Source: Battery-Powered
- Battery Charge Life: Up to 3 Weeks or 14,000 Page Turns
- Dimensions: 7.5 ” L x 5.01 ” W x 0.37 ” T
- Weight: 7.3 Oz.
- Warranty Description: 1 Year Limited Manufacturer Warranty
- Model: EB07
The Story HD supports the EPUB, PDF, TXT, FB2, and DJVU e-book formats, and the Office Viewer supports PPT, PPTX, XLS, XLSX, DOC, DOCX, and HWP file formats. There is no audio support and while there’s a hidden Web browser Iriver has not chosen to surface it at launch.
The Iriver Story HD has a higher-resolution display (768×1,024 pixels) than competing e-ink e-readers. Google Books integration, built-in Wi-Fi; an expansion slot for additional memory and good battery life,about a month with limited daily use and wireless off. Like the Kindle, this e-reader has a built-in keyboard. The keys are pretty tiny and not terribly user-friendly, but it’s not like you’re going to use the keyboard all that much. The Story HD comes with 2GB of onboard memory (1.4GB usable) and has an SD memory card slot that accepts cards up to 32GB.
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so what is the office that accepts the other formats – not a very clear review