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Old 10-23-2010, 06:17 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by SensualPoet View Post
Don't count on it. Walmart is a huge retailer because they appeal to a LOT of consumers. They also sell printed books by the boatload. eReaders should do fine in that sales channel. It's good to see Kobo there.
I agree with GA Russell - the people that live around me aren't the type to read. These are people that trample each other to death on Black Friday to be first to get a $300 laptop.

I do hope Walmart sells a bunch of them though. The more popular they become, maybe, just maybe, the better ebook prices will become. (I won't hold my breath though)
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