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Old 07-17-2011, 04:12 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by prsita View Post
A premium price for a reader with a 6 inch screen manifactured by Sony could be maximum 50 dollars above the price of a kindle or a nook touch (so 180- 190 us dollars).

In the Bloomberg article they talked about a 300 dollars device. J don't think they will sell much if they propose at this price a simple reader with a screen of 6, even if they put in it the wifi and even with the quality of Sony.

But for you the rules of the market seem not much important.
But is the Bloomberg article pricing related to last gen prices, current gen prices or an invention as Sony themselves say... personally I prefer facts not rumours, insider stories, unattributed comments etc. Item price vs competition is a little difficult to make when rating facts against possible fiction... and one thing about the "rules of the market" is they aren't cast in stone and there are always exceptions...
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