In pictures: Apple's iPad vs. e-readers

Apple's iPad tablet may rival e-book readers, but these six e-readers have life in them yet

Plastic Logic's Que

The Que proReader was announced at the CES show in early January as the largest display for an e-reader at 10.7 inches (10.5 inches are viewable). It weighs 17 ounces. The plastic display relies on E Ink grayscale technology for reading newspapers and books but also includes touchscreen capabilities for editing documents. It ships in mid-April in two versions, one for $649 for a 4GB version with Wi-Fi and $799 for an 8GB version with Wi-Fi and 3G. Plastic Logic has boasted its association with professional and business journals as well as the Wall Street Journal and other newspapers.

Plastic Logic Que

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