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Old 09-29-2006, 09:04 AM   #11
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Aye I agree the Sony Readers sounds like it was made in heaven but it would still be nice to get some _objective_ news about it, otherwise I'll just go read some Sony propaganda

Anyway I am curious for a review of somebody who has both devices and compares them.

Any iLiad owner in the US that ordered one ?
I agree. Right now, I am waiting to see the reviews and to actually play with one in a store before seeing if it will work better than my iLiad.

Because of the iLiad, I think that eInk is the technology that will make eBook readers successful. Now it's a matter of price/features/form-factor and which company can make the best unit.
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