A series of photos and details have emerged about an upcoming e-book reader tablet being developed by book retailer Barnes & Noble.
Consumer technology blog Gizmodo cited company sources in posting images and details about the new device. The report claimed that the reader will be similar in size to Amazon's Kindle, with a 6in e-ink screen and a multi-touch display.
Gizmodo also reported that the as-yet unnamed device will run Google's Android operating system, and will sport an on-screen keyboard similar to that of the Apple iPhone.
In addition to titles purchased through Barnes & Noble, users will be able to access titles stored on Google Books, according to the report.
When the device is released, it will join an increasingly crowded market for portable reader devices led by Amazon with its Kindle line.
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