Pandigital has had a rough few months honing their Novel eReader. You may remember that the company’s initial launch of Pandigital Novel was beset by problems with broken Wi-Fi, slow processors and a poor eReader application. The company had to then recall their stocks to work on flaws so that they do not recur.
Four months on, it looks like Pandigital Novel personal eReader is finally ready to hit the shelves once again. The device comes with a 6″ Sipex/AUO ePaper, integrated Wi-Fi, access to Barnes & Noble ebookstore, accelerometer and a 2GB onboard storage expandable up to 32GB that will all come at a price of $200.
The Pandigital Novel eReader is expected to hit the retail chains in a few days time and the device will hopefully see a major price drop then. At this price point, it does not look really attractive, considering Barnes & Noble’s Nook is available for just $149.