The application is clearly very early on in development and there isn’t much to see as far as content is concerned. You’ll see a content library of books that are, presumably, of the public domain. Also is a small catalog of wallpapers. Though the demonstration doesn’t give a clear indication as to what sort of content might be forth-coming, it does do a great job demonstrating interactivity. What we should be most excited for from this video is a very blunt and vocal hint that there is now a working eReader suitable for the platform. If you like books, freedom, and you own a Zenithink C71 like I do, then you might be equally tickled.
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