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Old 07-27-2012, 10:57 AM   #23
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Originally Posted by rkomar View Post
Do you have any insights on why PocketBook has retreated from the North American market? Is the price competition too fierce against Amazon, Kobo and B&N (with their e-book stores)?

It's too bad, because I would have bought a 622 if they stocked them over here.
Yes, I do have insights, and yes, they were not ready for the real market and real market prices - they could not price their devices in line with the competition, because their core market was and is Russia, where, for certain reasons, prices on consumer electronics is much much higher than in US, so pricing was oriented at Russia and Europe, not North America, where the real market with real prices is))))
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