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Old 09-12-2010, 12:49 PM   #8
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Thank you for the link.

Color might be nice for covers, but I am not sure I would want to pay the cost premium for the technology (I'm assuming it would cost more, anyway.) As a rule, black & white will suffice for my personal eReader use, since I will probably only use the eReader to read novels, biographies, histories, but I can see the need for those readers of different genres - technical books, etc.

Of course, back in the day, monochrome CRT screens were the latest and greatest, and now most of us couldn't imagine using a computer without an LCD monitor with great color graphics capabilities. At some point in the (near) future, I imagine black & white-only eReaders will also be considered "dinosaurs."

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