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Old 11-29-2007, 10:45 AM   #10
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Originally Posted by micomicon View Post
Quite correct. These devices need to be much more durable if they are to enjoy any mainstream success. As I understand it, this is an advantage the Kindle has over the Reader.
Please tell me. What advantage does the Kindle have over the Sony that would make it more durable, don't they have the same screen? The Sony's box is metal and isn't the Kindle's plastic? Please explain, I'm missing info here.
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