Engadget reports PocketBook will introduce a couple of Android-based eReader devices at next month's IFA conference in Berlin. The ProBook 602 and 603 feature a 6" screen while the ProBook 902 and 903 units have a 9.7" screen, but the disadvantage is that it isn't e-paper.
All models will feature 2GB of internal storage, a Linux-based OS, and include WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity. However, the higher-end versions also gain 3G connectivity and a Wacom touchscreen. More interesting and genre-bending though is the so-called "entertainment model" PocketBook IQ that will be available in three case color options, feature a 7-inch TFT color touchscreen, WiFi, Bluetooth, and will run Android 2.0. Access to PocketBook's own Bookland.net e-book store unfortunately rounds out all the details we know so far, but we'll be sure to find out more once IFA gets going.