Asus, which shook up the laptop market in 2007 with the introduction of the first inexpensive netbook, is planning to launch an electronic-book reader this year that would challenge the most popular eReaders on price, InformationWeek reports. Without offering much in the way of details, Asus President Jerry Shen told the Times of London that the company is planning to offer a budget and a premium version. Prices could start as low as $165, and the device is expected to include a wireless connection and dual screens separated by a hinged spine, so the eReader could open up like a...

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