Barnes & Noble ebook reader named the QUE, coming 7 January

Back in July I posted on the Plastic Logic eReader device that would be coming in 2010 in partnership with Barnes & Noble. Today, Plastic Logic revealed a name for their ebook reader, the QUE, that will premiere at CES in January 2010. I will be covering CES for my ZDNet blogs so stay tuned for more coverage on this device. As I mentioned in July, Plastic Logic is trying to focus more on the business professional rather than the casual reader with their support for Office documents and other tools for managing your content.

Back in July I posted on the Plastic Logic eReader device that would be coming in 2010 in partnership with Barnes & Noble. Today, Plastic Logic revealed a name for their ebook reader, the QUE, that will premiere at CES in January 2010. I will be covering CES for my ZDNet blogs so stay tuned for more coverage on this device. As I mentioned in July, Plastic Logic is trying to focus more on the business professional rather than the casual reader with their support for Office documents and other tools for managing your content.

As you can see in the images provided the QUE looks to be very sleek and is the size of an 8.5 x 11 inch pad of paper, with a thickness less than 1/3 of an inch. The press release states it will have the largest touchscreen display in the ebook field, touchscreen interface, shatterproof plastic display, and both WiFi and AT&T wireless support.The QUE store will be powered by Barnes & Noble. Full product specifications, availability and pricing of QUE will be announced on January 7, 2010 at CES.