DMC Worldwide Unveils COPIA EBook Platfrom And Linux EReaders At CES

Posted: Jan 6 2010, 1:21am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:39pm CDT, in News | CES


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Here we have another new entry in the eBook market. DMC Worldwide introduced COPIA, an open platform that combines content, social networking and e-commerce with an array of wireless e-readers at the CES 2010.

The COPIA platform is a hybrid solution for consumers of all ages to experience a completely new way to discover, enjoy, share and purchase books, newspapers, magazines and a wide variety of digital content. At the same time, it integrates a software application engine for OEM brands looking to deliver content across their digital devices including e-readers, notebooks, netbooks, tablets and smartphones.
DMC Worldwide offers two lines of eReaders dubbed Ocean and Tidal. DMC Worldwide. Every eReader powered by Copia comes standard with 2GB internal storage enough space for about 1500 eBooks.
The top of the line Copia Ocean eReader features a 9-inch ePaper capacitive touchscreen, 768 x 1024 pixels resolution, 4-directional tilt-sensor, 3G connectivity (optional), WiFi (802.11b/g), Linux 2.6.21, 2GB internal memory, stereo speaker and 3.5mm stereo jack.
The e-readers will be available for purchase online in April 2010 and at retail by June 2010.

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