by Jules Wang | October 18, 2016 3:42 PM
So, you've got your Evangelion smartphone and you're all set for Fire Emblem on it any day now... but so far, there hasn't been a go-to solution for digital manga reading. You know, something your eyes can easily take, can last a long time and can carry a few of your tankoubons. Well, Amazon.co.jp has come to the rescue with a Amazon Kindle Paperwhite, cartoon edition. Yes, we're covering another Japan-exclusive device. For ¥16,280 ($157) or ¥12,280 ($118) for Prime members, you get a 32GB e-reader with all the advantages of E Ink: easy visibility in a variety of ambient light ...
by Michael Fisher | January 17, 2015 9:00 AM
If you're like me, the first thing you think of when you see an E-Paper display is an e-reader like the Kindle Paperwhite. While Yota Devices definitely had that use case in mind when it designed the original dual-screen YotaPhone, its sequel is no one-trick pony. With benefits ranging from extended battery life to always-on widgets to virtually unlimited customization, the YotaPhone 2's second screen brings something we've been craving –innovation– and actually makes something useful out of it. As the saying goes: "new minds, fresh ideas." But there's another saying too: "the more ...
by Adam Doud | August 29, 2013 7:00 AM
I was given this assignment at the beginning of the week by my colleague Michael Fisher. And I was excited about it. I totally get it. That would be awesome! My mind instantly started thinking of the possibilities. I thought of the YotaPhone. I thought of low power consumption. I thought of Netflix. All in one device! This is a killer idea. One device to rule them all Imagine hefting your Kindle Fire and firing up Netflix. You watch another episode of House of Cards. Kevin Spacey is killing it. Suddenly you get a notification that you're down to 20% battery life – you forgot to charge! ...
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