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Old 08-31-2012, 03:48 PM   #47
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It's not wasteful unless you're going to be tossing the old device in the bin. Round here, everything still usable goes to a family member, a friend, or if no takers, Freecycle. Zero waste.
That's how it goes around here. I've bought 3 e readers and my husband and 2 oldest daughters now have them and I have my Kindle. I have no interest in buying any more because our family's reading needs are met.

I understand the need for a company to keep their models current and changing, because, well, that's the business, but to just leap on a gimmick is something we cannot afford., but it is good to know that a few years down the road, should the need arise, there will be different choices.
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