The Cybook Odyssey HD FrontLight sees Bookeen add a backlight and an improved screen resolution to the Cybook Odyssey eReader. But has the company fixed the issues that dragged down the last model, and can the HD FrontLight prove itself to be anything more than a knee-jerk reaction to Amazon's Paperwhite? Read our full review to find out.
Bookeen have just launched a brand new e-reader device with which to get your Dickens-to-Descartes fix with called the Cybook Orizon. But what (apart from it's mad sci-fi sounding name) sets it apart from the competition? Well for starters, it's...
The Bookeen CyBook Gen3 is being described as the thinnet and lightest epaper reading device around. It's able to store 1000 books, which seems more than enough, but for any exceptionally well-read users, the simple addition of a 2GB memory card allows you to store 10,000, meaning you have a mini-library in your back pocket.
It is able to display PRC, txt, HTML and PDF book formats, and since it copes with JPG, GIF, PNG and MP3 formats as well, it can accurately be described as a rather lightweight multimedia device.