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Hanvon debuts EBook Hanvon debuts EBook(0)

A world leader in handwriting recognition technology, Optical Character Recognition (OCR) and Biometric Recognition related products, Hanvon is a 25-year-old leading eBook reader manufacturer in the world, both under its own brand and as an OEM.

Debuting at the CES, which kicked off on Thursday, Hanvon’s WISEreader eBook readers will be available in 5, 6, 8 and 9.7 inch displays, and come in a wide range of categories.

Hanvon’s own electromagnetic touch tablet technology allows users to make annotations directly on the eBook page and save them on the device in clear handwriting and detailed annotations.

The WISEreader also includes integrated wireless technology (Wi-Fi and EDGE/GSM), allowing users to download eBooks without having to connect to a PC, according to the company.

While four models of the five-inch display WISEreaders were launched in North America, Europe and Asia in 2009, the 6, 8 and 9.7 inch models will make their international debut in the United States in 2010, providing consumers with mobility and a larger screen.

Hanvon also announced that they were partnering with E Ink Corporation, a subsidiary of Prime View International (PVI), to become the first company to commence the design of a color eBook based on E Ink’s Vizplex technology. The color eBook is slated to go into production at the end of 2010.

Source : Konaxis

Japan Airlines and China Eastern Japan Airlines and China Eastern(0)

At the end of 2009, worrying that JAL was going to be bankrupt, investor sold down shares in the company.
Lately, the Japanese government worked out countermeasures for the restructuring of JAL, including credit lines of CNY 14.8 billion to be provided for the company to help it pull through difficulties.

Currently, four airways are operating airlines between China and Japan, namely, JAL, All Nippon Airways (ANA), Air China Cargo Co., Ltd., and China Eastern.

JAL’s withdrawal of airlines will provide opportunity for China Eastern to boost its performance, pointed out Zhang Xun, aviation analyst of TX Investment Consulting Co., Ltd.

Certainly, JAL will not give up the lucrative Chinese market, and will fight back after its recovers, so the future is still not clear now.

Source : Konaxis

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