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Plastic Logic QUE proReader hits the FCC, torn down with its warning labels showing

Tim Stevens
January 19, 2010
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Sure, we've shown you plenty of pictures of the outside of PlasticLogic's QUE proReader, but we all know that it's what's inside that counts. The device has done its civic duty at the FCC and bared everything to the world, showing off the location of an FCC warning label that was not "aesthetically desirable" on the outside of this device with its "unique enclosure finish and form factor," so it was instead moved inside near the battery -- the big blue thing that someone has thoughtfully written "FULL" on. (If only recharging it were that easy.) Beyond that no shocking bits of information were revealed, but now there should be nothing standing in the way of this thing's planned April release at a Barnes & Noble near you.

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