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Five months after its US launch, Amazon's touchscreen Kindle is available in the UK. Still no sign of the Kindle Fire, though.
Smartpens from Livescribe now have a (free) software add-on that lets you share handwritten and audio notes to a variety of sources.
If you're seeking an e-book reader, there's never been more choice, or more competitive prices. But which of the most recent crop of devices gets our vote?
ViewSonic has launched two new e-book readers. We looked at the entry-level VEB620.
The 6in. BeBook Neo offers internet access over Wi-Fi, as well as capable e-book reading functionality
Digital pens have been around for a while, without ever reaching the mainstream. Take a look at the Pulse Smartpen from Livescribe.
<p> Amazon's <a href="http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0015TG12Q?amp%3Brw_absolute=y">Kindle DX Global Wireless Edition</a> is the largest e-book reader we've seen to date. It benefits from an HSDPA connection for purchasing books, magazines and newspapers, so there's no need to connect it to your PC to populate it with content. But it's also somewhat hamstrung for the UK market, so is it still worth considering? </p>
Another player is set to enter the eBook reader market. Check out our pictures of the upcoming Asus DR-950.
E-book readers have yet to take off in a big way, but if you're an early adopter there's a reasonable choice of devices. Here's a tour of the latest one to hit the market.