Wednesday, May 25, 2011

New Nook

$139.  Touchscreen, lighter, smaller, e-ink, battery lasts practically till next year.

Kobo released a new touchscreen reader , too, this month.

"One problem with the e-reader market is that if you purchased books from Amazon's Kindle bookstore, you won't be able to read them on a Nook and vice versa. This is an enormous disincentive for people who purchased books from one company to switch to another company's products, regardless of price and features."

Larry Magid on these things

That's why dedicated readers may be perfect for some--low price for children, the non-techies among us, but for anyone else there is going to be a migration away from readers to tablets.

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