Welcome to another Good e-Reader comparison video! Today we take a look at two of the latest generation e-readers that will be vying for your attention this holiday season. The Barnes and Noble Nook Glowlight just came out last week and the Kindle Paperwhite 2 has been available for the last three weeks. We directly compare eBooks, magazines, newspapers, PDF Files and show you how the glowlight looks.
The Kindle Paperwhite 2 and Nook Glowlight both have comparable hardware specs on paper. They have six inch screens with 1024×768 for the resolution and both solely rely on the touchscreen to interact with content. The Kindle has a capacitive touchscreen, while the Nook has Neonode IR Touch. This gives the advantage to Amazon because you can pinch and zoom, while you cannot on the Nook. The Kindle has a 1GHZ processor whereas the Nook has 800 MHZ. When you take them both out of the box for the first time you have 2 GB of memory on each one to load in your own books and purchase content.
While we’ve got a lot of Gundam projects in general out there, one to get excited about is set for this fall and now the first ten minutes of it have been previewed online for Gundam Reconguista in G. The series is set for an October 2014 debut in Japan after getting a compilation of the first three episodes for limited theatrical release there in late August to early September. With Yoshiyuki Tomino serving as the chief director, it will have character designs by Kenichi Yoshida and mechanical design by Akira Yasuda, Ippei Gyoubu and Kimitoshi Yamane.
The cast includes:
Mark Ishii as Beruri Zenamu
Yu Shimamura as Aiida Reihanton
Minako Kotobuki as Noredo Nagu
Ryota Ohsaka as Kurimu Nikku
Takuya Satō as Ruin Rii
Ayahi Takagaki as Many Anbasada
Yukari Fukui as Raraiya Mandy
Plot concept: Some time has passed since the end of the Universal Century, a history marked by space colonization and space warfare. Humanity’s prosperity, which ushered in a new era known as Reguild Century (R.C.), was believed to endure alongside the global peace.
It is the year R.C.1014.
The Capital Tower is an orbital elevator that rose above the Earth’s surface and linked Earth and space. As the conduit of the Photon Battery energy source to the surface, it is regarded as sacred. Beruri Zenamu is in the middle of training for the Capital Guard (established to protect the Capital Tower), when the tower is attacked by G-Serufu — a highly maneuverable mobile suit with technology that is not from any known country. Beruri, who joins the battle in the maintenance mobile suit Rekuten, successfully captures the G-Serufu. However, Beruri feels something for the space pirate girl named Aiida Reihanton who piloted the G-Serufu. It is the same feeling he has for G-Serufu, even though he supposedly never seen it before. The G-Serufu, which should only be operable under specific conditions, is somehow started up by Beruri. The objective of Aiida and the space pirates who attacked the Capital Tower, and the fate followed by Beruri who was chosen by G-Serufu, will lead to truths that will shake the entire Reguild Century era.
G-Reco First 10min Preview by pKjd