I purchased a Kogan netbook and have found both the unit and Kogan after sales support to be good. The Kogan e-book reader looks a reasonable device. However, Kogan were considering a Kogan tablet computer for about $200, with a 7 inch colour touch screen, which would be a far more useful device.
Specs: Model Number: KGNEBK6VAA Display Size (Diagonal): 6" / 15.24cm Display type: E-ink Panel with Epson Display Controller Display Resolution: 800 x 600 Processor: Arm 9 Core (Samsung S3C2416) Operating System: Linux 2.6 Ram: 64mb DDR2 Battery: Li-ION 1700mAh Battery Life:
10,000 screen refreshes - equivalent to 3 months usage
(Based on reading speed of 500 pages per week)
Built-in Memory: Yes, 2GB Max Storage Capacity: 32GB SDHC Memory Card (approx 100,000 ebooks) Colours Supported: 16 Level Greyscale Ebook Formats Supported: PDF, CHM, EPUB, TXT, HTM, HTML, RTF, PDB, DJVU, DJV, IW44, IW4, FB2, OEB, PRC, MOBI, TCR, OPF Image Formats Supported: JPG, GIF, BMP, PNG, TIFF Audio Formats Supported: MP3 (32kbps - 384 kbps) Connectivity 3.5mm Headphone Jack: 1 USB Port: 1 SD Card Slot: 1 Other Language Support: English, Italian, French, Russian, Dutch, German Page Number Indication: Yes Font Sizes: 5 Sizes available Auto-Resume: Yes Search: Yes (by filename) Bookmarks Yes Dimensions of Unit: H 17.6cm x W 11.8cm x D 0.96cm Weight: 228.8g