Another new product in the emerging e-reader wars was unveiled this week, as photographs emerged of the Hearst-backed Skiff e-reader. The 11.5-inch touchscreen device is meant to work with magazines and other periodicals, as opposed to books.
The device, which is also backed by Sprint and will be sold in its stores, will be on display at International CES later this week. The device features Wi-Fi capability as well as a light feel.
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