We had four pages filled with some excellent eReader designs. We saw everything from paradigm changing concepts to designs to hide the technology making it look and feel as much like a common book as possible. The winner (and first to submit) is Kinl with their eScroll concept - the ultra-mobile, paradigm shifting concept that looks as though it took the full Hour to design and present.
There are also a few Honorable mentions:
Special mention should go out to Yo! with his excellent bar-raising rendering of a leather bound i-something themed nu*book.
Callosum could have had a clear shot at winning with a better rendering (The bar was definitely raised for presentation quality this go around).
KasinChan approached the concept from a student perspective. If you followed the discussion surrounding the eBook an approach like this may be the more likely way for an eBook to really take off.
If you havenâ€™t already, have a gander at the submissions and let us know if you agree!
Congrats, Kinl! Donâ€™t forget to get your new NikeID shoes with the Core77 Logo on the side!