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Old 04-26-2010, 02:08 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by Jan in CA View Post
...but I think what it comes down to is there isn't one perfect reader yet. They all have something lacking so it's like buying a house.. figure out what flaws you can live with and what you can't.
So true, Jan!

I'm holding off for a year or two. Gonna wait and see how the e-readers evolve.

I'm especially turned off by the incompatibility issues. Can't read Amazon e-books with Nook, can't read Nook books with Sony e-Reader...etc. etc. If I own a darn e-book...I should be able to use any e-reader to read it. Until that happens, I feel e-books are very limiting. I don't like it.

Well, at least MY EYES can read any ole darn book!
I don't think bookstores will be going out of business any time soon!
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