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Old 12-26-2012, 12:46 PM   #88
BWinmill
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Originally Posted by Freeshadow View Post
Less (preferably none) bells and whistles unrelated to reading, (mini games, web, mail, etc.) as much reading related features (glyphs, languages, hyphenation, typography) as possible. Let the reading systems be just that.
Different people use ereaders for different reasons. Even though I support the idea of more reading related features and less unrelated features, I have seen a lot of people use ereaders on buses. Something tells me that mini-games are targeted at them. Things like web support may reflect a gap in the market when it comes to cellular service and tablets: it is hard to find sunlight readable displays. Do you blame ereader vendors for trying to exploit this gap in the market?
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