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Old 01-30-2013, 06:09 AM   #7
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Originally Posted by Sweetpea View Post
It would be my secundary reader, for those lost moments where you have 5 minutes of time. Right now, I use my BBMini for that. It doesn't do highilighting, I believe it does have notes, but I don't ever use it, and I'm not even sure about a dictionary.

I think the reviewer of that Italian review (thank god for subtitles!) was right: it's a nice device for those that want a simple device for on the road as companion to their "big" one at home.
Because of its size, I'd actually take this one with me wherever I went.

As to its "shortcomings", it has none as far as I'm concerned. I never use any of those fancy features anyway, so no big deal. To me, an ereader is a digital paperback to be used for reading fiction.
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