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Old 06-03-2011, 12:19 PM   #27
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I think there will be a point where most ereaders are part of a tablet or laptap type of device. However, I don't see it happening until screen technology advances to a point where a device can have traditional HD screen and a e-ink like screen function.

However, I think that as the prices of multi-function tablets go down, e-readers will also go down preserving a big enough following to be popular among avid readers.
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