NEW YORK —
The first e-reader to directly
connect to the Google eBookstore began
selling through Target on July 17.
The iRiver Story HD, which was introduced in
January, will carry a $139 price tag, the retailer
said. This is the first device
dedicated to the
service is accessible
via a downloadable
reader for other devices.
iRiver Story HD
having a small
on the bottom
of the device.
It features a 1,024 by 768 resolution 6-inch E
Ink display, built-in Wi-Fi, a Freescale Arm processor,
a USB connection and an SD card slot.
The company claims a six-week battery life
on a single charge.