We all know that the Vizplex display has been given a boost not too far back in order to enhances the reading experience of electronic books, but as the age old adage goes – the proof is in the pudding, and in this case, the reading. What better way to gage this improvement by actually using an e-book reader that utilizes this new and improved display? Features of NUUT’s NP-601 e-book reader include six inches of viewing real estate at a resolution of 600 x 800 pixels, 20% more brightness than its predecessor, twice the refresh speed, and 512MB of internal memory. There is an SD/MMC memory card slot for expansion purposes, while a headphone jack is provided to cater for non-reading functions. No word on whether the NP-601 will head out of South Korea anytime soon, but it retails for approximately $300 after conversion there.
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