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Old 12-08-2010, 07:09 PM   #4
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Another article about ereaders for Christmas, and this is less informative than the other even though it mentions more readers.

When I read
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Despite what you may think there are not that many ebook readers on the market, not ones that fit into the perception of an ebook reader anyway.
I thought that maybe it was about last year's X-mas, but from the $150 to $200 average price of ereaders that he mentions, and the fact that the article was viewed 9 times, I guess that it is pretty safe to say that it should be recent.

As I read on, the comment started to make sense. He wants eink because "It's supposed to be like reading a normal book". He wants a small one because Kindle DX is "more suited for newspaper and comics really" and it has to weigh less than 8 ounces, otherwise "it starts to make [his] arm ache after an hour or so".

If you include file formats and price, not much is left.
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