NUUT NP-601 is only available in South Korea. The NUUT NP-601, also NUUTBook, or NUUT 1 only supports Korean language and Korean XML ebook standards. It uses a 6-inch e-ink display similar to those used in Western eReaders, and has a standard array of features. Though marketed by NUUT, it is actually a variant of the Netronix EB-600, the most copied eReader design in the world (a pity it isn't particularly exceptional). It has the same basic hardware as the the European Cybook Gen 3, the UK COOL-ER and Elonex, the Russian Pocketbook 301, the Polish eClicto, the South Korean Soribook, and the US eSlick and Astak Mentor Lite.
It has an elegant silver design with a bottom scroll wheel and some side buttons. We know little about its design and function.
The NUUTBook uses a lithium ion battery which is good for some 7,500 page turns (perhaps 2 weeks of heavy reading), which is good by current standards.
The NUUT NP-601 is produced by the Neolux Corporation, South Korea. It has largely been superceded by the NUUT 2.
Connecting: The NUUTBook connects via USB cable to a PC to download content. It does not have any wireless capabilities.
Price: $310--only available in South Korea.