PanDigital Novel eReader in Kmart Black Friday Ad

We just published news of the Augen tablet in Kmart Black Friday when we realized that we overlooked a technicality.  The PanDigital Novel eReader is also listed in the ad with a $139.99 price tag, although it’s not part of the Blue Friday, six hour sale.  This one is more of a “get it if you can” type deal.  As a refresher, the PanDigital Novel is a 7-inch color eReader that provides access to the Barnes & Noble book library of more than 1 million titles.  Details include support for EPUB, PDF, and a variety of image and audio file types as well as 1GB internal memory, and a TFT LCD screen running at a 600X800 resolution. If you’re looking for a decent eReader with a color screen but don’t want to shell out $249 for a NOOKcolor, then this might the way to go.

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