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enTourage eDGe

alaTest has collected and analyzed 17 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the storage and reliability. The size and screen also get good feedback, whereas many are critical about the performance and usability. Comments are divided on the battery.

screen, size, reliability, storage

portability, design, usability, performance

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other eReaders the enTourage eDGe is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 80/100 = Very good quality.

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(Based on 17 reviews)

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Dual-Screen E-Reader Makes a Half-Assed Debut


Twice the screen but half the quality, the Entourage eDGe is a lofty eReader that falls short in nearly every area.

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Entourage Edge review


Is it an Android tablet? An e-reader? Just a sweet gadget with two screens? Truth is the Entourage Edge is a little bit of everything, and that's exactly

Intriguing dualscreen form factor ; Touchscreen LCD and E-Ink displays ; Included stylus for taking notes on E-Ink screen

Large and bulky design ; Frustrating resistive touchscreen ; Lacking e-book selection

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Reviews: HTC Desire & Entourage eDGe


A couple pretty interesting reviews popped up today on Engadget and CrunchGear, covering the HTC Desire and Entourage eDGe, respectively. We thought you'd like


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Review: enTourage eDGe dualbook


To say that the enTourage eDGe dualbook is “just an e-reader with a bolted-on netbook” (or vice versa) is to pretty dramatically miss the entire point of this thing. The eDGe exists in a category all by itself, because it does an awful lot more than...

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Entourage Edge Reader


To be able to truly replicate the entire traditional reading experience, electronic readers should have the capability to dog-ear pages, underline important texts, or write notes on the margins as they would with traditional paper books. It's a gap in...

The Edge’s writing capabilities is definitely its biggest advantage. The device is especially useful for students. Just in case your Edge goes haywire, the device lets you store backups of your books, complete with text add-ons (notes, scribbles, stick...

One of the downside to having two screens is resultant weight. At 3 pounds, it’s twice the weight of the iPad and five times the weight a Kindle. For a device intended for long periods of use, , the Edge simply feels too heavy. Holding it after about...

The Edge is already available for pre-order for $499. The first eReader to successfully integrate full note-taking and writing capabilities, the Entourage Edge is the long-awaited answer to the call for entire textbook experience. The device’s vitality...

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Entourage Edge review


It's still not officially available in the UK, but a quick scout arround online allows you to grab the Entourage Edge from various webshops for around £532 including taxes and delivery.

Many of the Entourage Edge's shortcomings recall those of the iPad, but the Edge lacks the iPad's compensating sexy portability. At twice the weight of the iPad the Entourage Edge is relatively heavy for a portable; and the Edge is also a solid inch...

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enTourage EDGe Dualbook Reviewed: Not Quite There Yet


The innovative, if slightly bonkers, enTourage eDGe has been reviewed by Laptop, and as I suspected they had a few issues with the design. They found ...

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A clever product now well implemented


Bought on Woot, at a deal price... but on reflection not a deal and Woot says that they are not in the least bit interested in resolving the problems. I won't be buying from Woot again.

The concept is creative

The execution is weak. While a good design, the main screen is of poor quality so its difficult to read. Further, the system doesn't support the Android Marketplace so installing apps is a gruelling process ; And although I've bumped it to Androis 2.x...

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Not worth the headache


Money not worth the fustration

the ideal of reading andcoming across something you need to research, you double tap and it opens an internet browser for you. Great that it does that

Clunky and thick. Trouble getting updates

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This product rocks by being dual purpose and dual fun.


All told, I like the product because it doesn't cost so much and it is dual functional.

I like the fact that I can go on the internet just like a regular computer minus the large size and the fact I can read books without luging so many around

Without a doubt my main concern is the charge up hole location. I mean when I have the thing in my lap, that cord is somewhat annoying. I think it would be better atop instead of on the bottom