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Old 04-21-2011, 02:47 AM   #1
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Unhappy Best Buy Sony Reader display does not contain information on the 650

Yesterday I was in Best Buy looking around and decided to have a look at the Sony Reader display. They have a Sony provided display that features the 350 and 950. The flip-card chart contains information on each tab for the 350 and 950. It even has a comparison page of the two units. There is NO mention, missing tabs or photos of the 650 anywhere on the display.

As sad as this makes me, I personally don't think we are going to see the 650much longer. My parnter has a theory that the public is buying more of the 350 for its size and the 950 for its features so Sony has stopped making them. I don't buy into this much as the 505 was their best model and why wouldn't they offer a similar model. Its disappointing to not hear a word from Sony about the lack of 650 availability.

Does anyone have more information to support or deny this observation?

I seriously hope I am wrong. I will continue to support the Sony Readers as long as them come out. I pray they are not abandoning Readers.
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