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Old 05-12-2009, 06:47 PM   #28
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A lot of these comments make it clear that a laptop would function better as a reader, and an app that could open multiple windows (like Acrobat) a better choice than a Kindle.

Just sayin'.
absolutely agree. If I were to use a reading device the same way I once used textbooks, the only device I would seek out is a SlatePC, even over a convertible/tablet PC. A slate is just the tablet w/o a keyboard. Though a true TabletPC is a nice compromise over a traditional PC.

Working with multiple docs and applications simultaneously is a must feature for a student and professionals. Going to the current ebook readers is like turning the clock back 15yrs or more computing wise.
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