DUBLIN, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Pandigital Inc. today expanded its Pandigital Novel line of eReaders featuring the integrated Barnes & Noble eBookstore with its first model using ePaper technology.
Here are some facts we know about this subject: This is a tablet called the Multimedia Novel, built by Pandigital. It’s very much like another Multimedia Novel tablet Pandigital sells at CVS for $214,
DUBLIN, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Pandigital today announced a firmware update that transforms its 7-inch Pandigital Novel line of products into the Pandigital Multimedia Novel line of Android TM.
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The Pandigital Novel makes a valiant attempt at being a value-priced, full-color, Android-based e-reader that also doubles as a general-use tablet. Unfortunately, it falls short of its mark. At $175.
It’s our guess that the Pandigital Novel has been turning quite a few heads at retailers across the US during the last few weeks. How could it not? It’s got a full-color, 7-inch touchscreen, 2GB of on.
Unlike the Pandigital Novel, which uses a color LCD display, the Pandigital Novel Personal uses a 6-inch 800 x 600 Sipix/AUO epaper touchscreen, though you still get WiFi and a browser app along with.
Pandigital takes a second shot at digital reading with the Novel Personal eReader – Second time’s got to be the charm, eh Pandigital? No, we weren’t exactly the biggest fans of the company’s Android-running, LCD e-reader, but its new e-ink based Novel Personal eReader definitely.
At $179, the Pandigital Novel might not be the cheapest eBook reader around. But it’s definitely one of the cheapest general purpose Android tablets available in the US.
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The Pandigital Novel is an inexpensive eReader that by most accounts isn’t very good, at least not when compared with recent NOOK or Kindle devices. But it’s dirt cheap. You can pick one up from.