Plastic Logic Que ProReader to rise again?

Stalled ereader project set to ride again with $700m cash

Russian state sinks $700m into flexible tech co Plastic Logic

Remember the Plastic Logic Que proReader? Annouced at CES2010, the Kindle-like ereader was set for a launch in the first half of 2009, but failed to launch.

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Rusano is set to front up a $700 million investment in the parent company, US-based Plastic Logic Inc, a move which could well see Que proReader siblings hitting our shelves soon.

The original Que measured 8.5×11 inches, was 1/3 inches thick and had a 10.7-inch shatterproof touchscreen.