The Entourage Edge is technically supposed to be written as the enTourage eDGe, but typing it out that way is really annoying. The Edge is the world's first dualbook, a device which combines the functionality of an e-reader, tabletnetbook, notepad, and mediaplayer into one, two-screened device. Think the Courier, but slightly less awesome and 100% more real.
One of the Edge's sides is a 9.7" E-Ink display, while the other is an LCD screen that acts like a traditional 10.1" tablet PC. The LCD screen also includes a keyboard, and both screens are connected to the other. If you open up a link in one of the E-Books you are reading, it will open on the LCD screen. You can also select, drag, and drop names from the E-Ink side into a search engine over on the LCD side. Pretty awesome for students.Entourage Systems is working on putting out their own E-Book store, which currently has over 200,000 trade books and one million free public domain books, in addition to magazines and other periodicals. The Edge will be available in February, 2010 for $490.
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