By Deane Barker on May 29, 2006

BookFob – eBook on a keychain: I suppose it makes sense, considering that memory sticks have probably gotten cheaper than paper. And since they “own” the content file and the reader it comes with, it’s a handy, rights-protected package.

BookFob allows you to store electronic books (e-books) on a memory stick that can be attached to your key chain. This memory stick can be plugged into any Windows PC to access your book at any time and anywhere. There is no software to install because our user-friendly e-book reader also resides on the BookFob.

Best of all, your content is protected from copy/paste, printing, and distribution.