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Old 03-11-2008, 01:51 PM   #21
delphidb96
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Originally Posted by Taylor514ce View Post
The open question on all of these tantalizing new e-book readers for me is "availability". The only two commercially available readers in the US are the Sony Reader and the Kindle. I don't count the Cybook, as there is only one commercial site, BooksOnBoard, and it's only available there as a bundle.

I want to walk into a retail electronics store and actually play around with 2 or 3 devices before making a purchase decision. By that criterion the only choice is the Sony Reader.
Sorry?!? *ONE* commercial site??? So what is Not Another E-Book, LTD - chopped liver??? Go to http://store.naebllc.com/ and order your Cybook there.

Derek
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