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Matsushita demonstrates next Sigma e-book reader

Good news for all e-book lovers. Matsushita demonstrated at the Digital Publishing Fair 2005 in Tokyo last week the next generation of its Sigma e-book reader.

According to eBookSpot, the new Sigma reader, which is sold under the Panasonic brand, will come with only one screen panel instead of two, and it will be powered with a color LCD display. Previous models used monochrome LCDs based on Kent Displays' Cholesteric Technology (chLCD). No information on price and date of availability yet.
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