is jumping on the e-reader
bandwagon with a 6-inch, touchscreen E Ink
reader all its own. While we don't have full specs for this think-looking little guy yet, we do know that it supports a wide array of file formats, supposedly gets around 20 hours of battery life, and that it's got an FM radio with recording functions. There's no word on pricing, other specs, or even the official name of this product yet (possibly just 'E-Book'?), so make your suggestions in the comments, and we'll try to get word to Yinlips for you.