Who’s to say if a device is a MID, smartphone, smartbook, evolved PMP or eReader with too many features? All of these devices tend to become one nowadays, a fact that’s also proved by the new Cooper eReader, shown below. The product is Shenzhen machinery and supports eBooks (XT, PDF, HTM, HTML, PDB, UMD and EPUB), but it can also play audio files and 720p videos.
Cooper B1 comes with a Rockchip RK2729 chipset, a 1600 mAh battery, a 5 inch display and support for numerous video formats, like RM, RMVB, AVI, MOV, WMV, MKV, VOB and more. The eReader is available in China for $88, in a 4GB version.