Long Island City, NY (PRWEB) July 23, 2008
The Ectaco jetBook® (http://www.jetbook.net), an extraordinary e-book reader that allows users to view books in various languages was launched by Ectaco Inc. in March 2008. This long awaited release generated buzz all over the internet and delivered its promises for a new style of reading. With all the reviews and testimonials floating around, it was really no surprise that jetBook® would become an instant favorite among readers of all ages.
Besides being the slimmest and lightest e-book in its class, jetBook® is the easiest device to use all around. It's compatible with all computers, reads multiple languages in TXT and PDF formats, doesn't require any special software, and allows user's to collect and organize a library of more than 10,000 titles in minutes. You can even modify the interface to suit your lifestyle by changing around menus and options to your preferences. jetBook® is recognized by any PC as a mass storage device but files can be viewed and utilized on it separate from the computer. That's why the jetBook® was also found to be the most convenient office document (.PDF) viewing and managing tool. Anyone can now see their documents and make notes without the need for paper or pen.
"The additional features have blown everyone away. From the picture viewing function to the built-in mp3 player, and of course, the linguistic software on board, jetBook® is an unstoppable force and a necessity for anyone who reads," says CEO, David Lubinitsky of Ectaco Inc.
As the release of jetBook has become a market success, Ectaco Inc. presents it in new colors. Now, in addition to the Burgundy edition there will be White, Gray and Graphite jetBooks®. The line of jetBook® accessories has also been extended by the Earlight (a spot-light device which allows reading in darkness with more comfort for the eyes) and the Silicon Sleeve (a skin-thin transparent dust protection cover). More accessories and colors are on the way that will surely make the individualistic statement of the century.
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