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Old 02-08-2013, 10:50 PM   #2
AnemicOak
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Some electronics, no matter the type, last for many years while others of the same make and model might only last months. I've still got my first eInk reader, purchased in 2007, and it still works fine (although the battery isn't as good as it used to be) as does the one I bought in 2008. Others bought the same reader and theirs are long gone, dying after a few years or less. The same thing happens with calculators and other devices. My new surround sound receiver cost a lot more than a reader and the main board lasted a month and a half.
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