Samsung E60 e-reader

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Samsung E60 e-reader
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By CNET UK on 50

The Samsung E60 ebook reader is simply too expensive and too difficult to use. If you're after a smooth design and higher functionality, get yourself an Amazon Kindle...

By 5FWD on 80

Overall, there's a lot to love about the Samsung E60. It does the job perfectly if you want a digital companion to go alongside your book collection. The biggest problem is the price, however, at £199. It's a lot more expensive than the...

By Pocket-lint on 80

If you can live with the looks and the bulk, the wireless link and general flexibility makes the E60 a good choice, however, you need to consider whether it is worth paying £90 more than the ultra simple Amazon KindleKey specs3.5mm jack, Li-ion...

By RegHardware on 50

Samsung could have produced a simple, slim gadget to display e-books, but instead it over-engineered the E60 in a bid to beat the opposition. The result is a chunky, clunky device the looks backward rather than forward and is expensive too. Two or...

By MyCE on 60

Although the Samsung E60 is very good for reading ebooks (and that’s what it’s supposed to be good at), there are some negatives about this unit that cannot be ignored. High battery life and support for all major ebook formats make up for...

By ZDNet Australia on

Samsung is betting the pen is mightier than the finger, as its upcoming ebook range touts a built-in electromagnetic resonance (EMR) stylus pen to write notes directly onto the...

By infoSync World on

We got a glimpse of the Samsung E60 e-reader's best features at the Samsung 3D Wonder event. Check out our hands-on video...