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Old 11-06-2008, 11:17 AM   #4
bill_mchale
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Originally Posted by DickyCheung22 View Post
Yes, you will get confuse if you only compare the price instead of features... Higher price = more features is always true for electronics product
I wouldn't agree with that at all. It might often be true, but sometimes certain brands will charge more simply because they can (They are more trusted by the public). Also in a market like ebooks, Sony might sell its reader for less with the belief that they might make more in the long run from their ebook store (likewise for the Kindle). Third party brands that support multiple formats know that all the money they are going to make is based off of the hardware, so they have to make their money upfront.

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