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Old 09-29-2006, 10:55 PM   #1
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My ideas ......

If you want to buy ebooks for reading, you may choose SONY eReader or Amzon ‘s Kindle, because more ebooks will be sold and brought in USA.

If you have a lot of money, you may choose iLiad of iRex.

If you want to read your own documents and files, you may choose Hanlin V2 /V8 or Lbook, because the reading formats of these eReaders will be increased, and they declare that they will provide FREE SDK. And the prices of the eReaders are not expensive.

If you are in USA, suggest you to buy eReader of SONY.

If you are in Russia, Ukraine, or Eastern Europe, suggest you to buy Lbook.

If you are in Western Europe, suggest you to wait a period of time.

If you are a publisher or author , suggest you to cooperate with SONY.

If you have other purposes, you may contact Jinke to make technical cooperation or produce your eReader with your own brand.
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Old 09-29-2006, 11:49 PM   #2
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I like to have a choice in the reader format that I use and so far the Sony dosn't appear to be a good choice. I use a palm TX and will buy a tablet pc before I buy a ebook reader with limited choices.
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