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[4 Mar 2010 | No Comment | ]

Foxit Software, a vendor for PDF solutions, will be soon releasing a new version of its eSlick book reader. The new version of the device is called eSlick PS (Pocket Size) and is smaller as compared to original eSlick.

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[9 Feb 2010 | No Comment | ]

Foxit Corporation is a global provider for eDocument solutions ranging from handhelds to desktop to enterprise to on demand — enabling businesses worldwide, announced the release of Firmware 2.0.1 Build 0205 for eSlick. The new firmware optimized lots of features to improve the overall customer experience.

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[11 Jan 2010 | No Comment | ]

Foxit Corporation, provider of solutions for reading, creating, organizing and securing PDF documents, announces that the improved firmware 2.0 now is available for both 64MB and 32MB eSlick. If you have the 32MB eSlick device, download this updater NOW from the eSlick page on www.foxitsoftware.com.

Ebooks, General News, PDF Online »

[10 Dec 2009 | No Comment | ]

Foxit Corporation in partnership with Fictionwise LLC, a Barnes & Noble Company, launches its new eBookStore for all eSlick users.

The company said Foxit taps into the growing demand for eBooks by partnering with Fictionwise, enabling eSlick users to read eBooks in the eReader format. The eReader format is supported by eSlick’s version 2.0 firmware.

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[2 Nov 2009 | No Comment | ]

Foxit Corporation, a provider of e-document technology for mobile, desktop and on demand platforms, announced the release of Firmware 2.0 for its eReader device, eSlick. eSlick customers will now have the ability to view documents in ePub and eReader (PDB) in addition to earlier supported PDF and Text formats. By the end of November, all eSlick devices will come with the Firmware 2.0 pre-installed.

Adobe Acrobat, Ebooks, General News, PDF Conversion, PDF Creation »

[6 Sep 2009 | No Comment | ]

Foxit Software, the makers of the popular PDF reader, Foxit Reader, and the e-book reading device, Foxit eSlick, have launched a new product taht has Adobe Acrobat firmly in its sights.

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[12 May 2009 | No Comment | ]

In a not entirely unsurprising move, Foxit Software, makers of Foxit Reader and Foxit eSlick, has released Foxit Phantom, an all-in-one PDF application aimed at business users with PDF creation, viewing, editing, conversion and security functionality.

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[27 Jan 2009 | One Comment | ]

Previously we’ve covered the announcement of the Foxit eSlick, a competitor to Sony Reader and and Amazon’s Kindle — now we have footage of the first prototype of the Foxit eSlick to share with you.

Foxit Software has also posted a video on YouTube demonstrating the hotly anticipated reflow feature in the eSlick.

The reflow functionality is important because it means that the text in the PDF document can automatically be reorganized to fit the screen size. More information about the eSlick Reader can be found here.

Ebooks, General News, PDF Reader »

[22 Dec 2008 | 3 Comments | ]

Foxit Software, famous for their Adobe Reader alternative Foxit Reader, has entered the eBook Reader race with the release of Foxit eSlick. A competively priced (US$229.99 direct, US$259.99 rrp) alternative to the Kindle and Sony Reader, eSlick uses Foxit’s PDF viewer technology to let users read PDFs on the electronic reading device.

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[22 Dec 2008 | 3 Comments | ]

Foxit Software, famous for their Adobe Reader alternative Foxit Reader, has entered the eBook Reader race with the release of Foxit eSlick. A competively priced (US$229.99 direct, US$259.99 rrp) alternative to the Kindle and Sony Reader, eSlick uses Foxit’s PDF viewer technology to let users read PDFs on the electronic reading device.
All-in-all the specs for the eSlick are quite similar to its competitors. It uses E-ink technology for the display, has a 600 x 800 screen, includes 128MB of RAM, weights 6.4 ounces (180 grams) and measures 7.4 inches x 4.7 …