What is inside?



Here we will shortly tell about from what components modern electronic books and as they are arranged gather....


Parts of LBOOK V5

LBOOK V5 with the removed back cover.


Heart of any modern electronic device is the microprocessor. LBOOK V5 it is executed on microprocessor SAMSUNG 2416 (ARM 9) with clock frequency of 400 MHz. It quite suffices for work of the electronic book. The microprocessor reads out the program (firmware) from non-volatile flesh-memory.

The flesh-memory chip is similar to the microcircuits established in USB flesh-stores. The part of this memory is taken away under an firmware. Here located the program of reading of texts, various drivers, an explorer of files, a book shelf, applications and etc. which are not visible to the user at connection of the e-book reader to the computer. The second part of the memory serves for storage of files of books and is displayed by the computer a separate disk.

Random access memory, unlike flesh-memory, does not keep the data at power off shutting. Here the program of the reader stores values of variables, current pages of the text, their numbering, and etc. Size of operative memory of 64 Mb.

The slot for a SD-card. At card installation in this slot, its contents it is displayed by one more disk at connection of the e-book reader to the computer.

Display EPSON controller will transform the electrical signals coming from the microprocessor, to a format, e-ink to the display.


Parts of Pocketbook 360


POCKETBOOK 360 with the removed back cover.


Appointment of all basic components of the e-book reader similarly LBOOK.

The Microprocessor is applied type FreeScale iMX.507 with clock frequency of 400 MHz. As flesh-memory used micro-SD card. To take out this map from the slot probably only having opened the device case. It is impossible to try to read the data from this map the computer with operating system Windows. The SD-card of internal memory is formatted under OS Linux and has file structure EXT3.






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What to read?

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Neil Gaiman "Trigger Warning". From one of the most critically acclaimed and beloved storytellers of our time comes a major new collection of stories and verse "We each have our little triggers ... things that wait for us in the dark corridors of our lives." So says Neil Gaiman in his introduction to Trigger Warning, a remarkable compendium of twenty-five stories and poems that explore the transformative power of imagination.

Sergey Dyachenko, Marina Dyachenko "The Scar". Reaching far beyond sword and sorcery, The Scar is a story of two people torn by disaster, their descent into despair, and their reemergence through love and courage. Sergey and Marina Dyachenko mix dramatic scenes with romance, action and wit, in a style both direct and lyrical. Written with a sure artistic hand, The Scar is the story of a man driven by his own feverish demons to find redemption and the woman who just might save him. Egert is a brash, confident member of the elite guards and an egotistical philanderer. But after he kills an innocent student in a duel, a mysterious man known as "The Wanderer" challenges Egert and slashes his face with his sword, leaving Egert with a scar that comes to symbolize his cowardice. Unable to end his suffering by his own hand, Egert embarks on an odyssey to undo the curse and the horrible damage he has caused, which can only be repaired by a painful journey down a long and harrowing path...

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