Bookeen announced its Cybook Odyssey ebook reader and its high-speed E Ink display quite a while ago, but until now we haven't had a chance to play with the device. The French company announced here at CES that the reader is now available for $149.99, and we went to its booth to see the screen's speed for ourselves. In case you don't remember, the Odyssey uses a standard 6-inch E Ink pearl display (the same found on some Kindles and Nooks), but thanks to some software and a TI Cortex A8 processor it has much faster refresh rates. We found that the display certainly refreshes faster than a Kindle or a Nook, but it's nothing like Qualcomm's Mirasol color epaper screen. Since the Odyssey's screen can't handle video or true scrolling, we don't think it will make a big difference in day-to-day use of the reader. Take a look at the video below to see the display in action for yourself.