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Old 05-22-2012, 02:50 AM   #14
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Interesting numbers, but I have a hard time seeing how the intent of Canadians to buy a Kindle will translate to purchases.

Kobo has the advantage of a huge retail presence in the largest book retailer and Kindle has the disadvantage of not supporting ePub. ePub support is a huge issue since it means no library lending and because you cannot buy books from anyone outside of Amazon. The former will be more important to less affluent ereader buyers, and the latter is important because there are a number of books that Amazon doesn't have the rights to sell in Canada.
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