Plastic Logic Says Que E-Reader Delayed

Plastic Logic, the maker of an e-reader targeting business users, told customers on Thursday that it would delay the delivery of its first Que readers until the summer. The company had said at the Consumer Electronics Show in January that the device would be delivered in mid-April.

In an e-mail to customers who pre-ordered the product, Plastic Logic’s CEO Richard Archuleta said that delay was due to an effort to “fine-tune the features and enhance the overall product experience,” he wrote. He added: “I can imagine that you want to get your QUE proReader as soon as possible. We are sorry for the delay. For your inconvenience, the shipping charges will be on us.”

Betty Taylor, a spokeswoman for the company, said in an e-mail that that Plastic Logic has seen “overwhelmingly positive response” to its device since CES.

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