It appears Gigabyte wants in on some of that hot e-reader action that seems to be all the rage these days.  Check out a demo unit of the EB10 which runs Android 1.5 with a 667MHz processor developed by Samsung.  This isn’t some hidden Android like the Barnes & Noble nook either, it’s front and center.  The plan is to allow users to install apps like RSS readers, browsers, and message apps on their own. [Video after the jump]

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As of right now, there are details on pricing or launch dates.  The EB10 is still very much a work in progress at this point.

Does the idea of an e-ink device like this appeal to you at all?  Would you be able to deal with the constant refreshing?  Let’s hear it in the comments!

Via CrunchGear

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