original BeBook wasn't exactly the same smash hit as, say, Amazon's Kindle, but the company's hoping to refocus some of the spotlight back on itself next week in Germany. According to a succulent teaser page on the company's website, it has proudly announced that the next-gen e-reader will be on display at CeBIT, bringing with it WiFi and 3G capabilities, touchscreen navigation and wireless RSS support. Sadly, we're not giving any pictorial clues, but we are told to expect "a complete redesign." Consider our interest piqued.
Endless Ideas launching next-gen WiFi BeBook at CeBIT
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