An i-Pod for books

Librié, the first electronic book using electronic paper should be available on the Japan market in late April.
The device has print quality comparable to the one of a newspaper, a screen that can be read at almost every angle and in bright daylight, weights some 300 gr and is the size of a paperback book.
Designed by Sony, Philipas, E-Ink and its partner Toppan, Librié will cost around 300 euro.