Thread: PRS-900 Sony, if you're listening
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Old 01-02-2010, 12:17 PM   #23
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Originally Posted by Yottie View Post
One thing I would like to see Sony do is to put their not inconsiderable multinational corporate weight behind securing some sensible international agreements with publishers (and possibly governments) which would make eBooks available internationally at comparable prices and within comparable timeframes.

For me, this is more important than bluetooth wifi access - my reader always holds far more books than I am likely to read before I next have access to my laptop (for synchronisation)anyway, and the laptop is a much better tool for general browsing.

Apart from which....what's the point of having "hot access" if we have to wait for the next "hot novel" to become available in e-readable format ?
Sony is not going to have any pull with publishers despite their size, at least not even close to Amazon.
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