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September 15, 2008

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I never thought I might want to replace books (and am certain I still don't) but reading this makes me jealous beyond measure...

But it's not Mac-friendly is it? Or is it?

How long does it take to "turn" the page (ie load up the next one?) What about skimming backwards and forwards to remind yourself of things that happened earlier on (or for that matter cheat)?

Am curious about its music capabilities and how they affect battery life. It'll also be interesting to see what happens with eBook prices - I see that the latest PD James is £15.18 for the Sony Reader, are they having a laff???

The best way to understand how the screen works is to think of its long lost cousin The Etch a sketch.
Works virtually in the same way but with a little bit of electricity involved

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