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Old 05-17-2010, 02:34 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by AnemicOak View Post
Right me too for the most part kinda, but there are a lot more casual readers out there who don't read enough to want to invest in a dedicated reader, but might go for ebooks for the books they do read if they had a multi function device they were using for email, browsing, movies, etc.

There's definitely a place for both, but a multi function device has a much broader potential market and will almost certainly expand ebook reading to casual readers.
I agree with you. That's why there is a Ford and a Chevy and is no such thing as a Kindle killer except in the minds of some of the press who are trying to create a news story where there is none.
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