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Old 05-04-2012, 03:07 PM   #20
MrsJoseph
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IMO, huge argument for market saturation more than anything.
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I think that the market is saturated with devices. The Kindle and Nook have been well marketed. Fifty percent of Americans do not read one book a year, most read no more then five books a year. So the sub set of heavy readers is pretty small and most of those folks probably have e-readers at this time. (shrugs)
Exactly. Almost every person I know that would be willing to read on an ereader already has one. Everyone else is going for multi-function tablets.
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