Excerpt: The Pocket eDGe is a mini Android-based tablet computer with two screens, one 6-inch eInk eBook screen and one 7-inch color LCD touchscreen.
Pros: Two screens offer a lot of versatility, Sturdy hinge folds all the way back when desired, Very good performance/responsiveness, Excellent sound quality from external speaker, Good battery life
Cons: Two screens offer a lot of versatility, Sturdy hinge folds all the way back when desired, Very good performance/responsiveness, Excellent sound quality from external speaker, Good battery life, Relatively bulky compared to similar devices, Keyboard difficult to use unless you use the stylus, eInk touchscreen much less responsive than the LCD; the stylus is a must, Disappointing camera, High price
Summary: The Entourage Edge is an innovative product, and in practice the eReader/tablet combination works better than we expected. We like the flexibility and expandability of Android coupled with a large, touch-enabled eReader screen. However, the fact that the Edge straddles the line between an eReader and mobile Internet device is also its biggest challenge.
Pros: Crisp electronic paper display with stylus support, Built-in journal and voice recorder for note-taking, Hinge allows for multiple positions, Android OS tablet for Web e-mail and media, Includes DocumentsToGo,
Cons: Heavy for a tablet ereader, Apps store not yet online, Webcam not yet functional, Store stocks fewer bestsellers than competition, No 3G connectivity, Narrow viewing angles,