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Ganaxa GeR2 eBook reader


.The Ganaxa GeR2 is similar to the Bookeen Cybook Gen 3, but for a niche audience in France and is not easily available elsewhere.

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Ganaxa GeR2 ebook Review

Visit Ganaxa GeR2 eBook reader SiteGanaxa GeR2 is an early, aging French e-ink display which has seen little uptake. The GeR2 is an e-reader based on components from the Taiwanese company PVI and in turn Netronix, so that it is similar to the Cybook, NUUTBook, and STAReREAD. Ganaxa is a French company which is an e-paper systems architect and operator, in particular of the e-paper edition of the French daily business newspaper Les Echos.

The reader seems to have gained little traction, quoting the company website it is used " for the publication of the e-paper version of the French daily newspaper Les Echos for its light e-reader offer, for Citroën’s e-paper magazine, and for the experiment conducted by Flammarion with two of its bestselling novels."

The lithium ion battery should last some 8,000 page turns--one of the highest on the market--or some 2 weeks of heavy reading.


Connecting: Unknown, presumed to be USB cable.


Accessories: Unknown.


Price: Unknown, not easily available outside France.




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Key Facts


Price: Unknown, not easily available outside France
September 2007

Display: 6-inch diagonal electronic paper display
600 x 800 pixels at 166 ppi, 4 greyscales
4.7'' x 4.7'' x .3''
7 oz
Battery life (reading w/wireless off):
8,000 page turns / about 3 weeks
2.5mm stereo audio jack, no speakers

Memory: 128 MB
Boot Time:
20 seconds
Full Screen Refresh: .9 seconds

Formats supported: unknown

Ganaxa (French) / PVI/Netronics (Taiwanese)


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