Amazon has sold more of its Kindle e-reader than any other products, it claims, boding badly for Barnes & Noble whose Nook won't even be seen in stores until 7 December. Amazon doesn't share Kindle figures, but today announced that the eBook reader with built-in keyboard is its bestselling product across all product categories …
Mills & Boon will just have to wait.
Dec 7th? Try Jan 11th
If you believe B&N's website, it won't be available till Jan 11th. I check yesterday and it said Jan 4th, but apparently things are moving even more slowly. How they can stock the shelves when you can't order it online till after Christmas is beyond me. If you want an e-reader to put under the tree, better buy a Kindle.
Didn't really think through the name, did they?
What's that? A nookie reader with a touch sensitive screen?
Paris, because she's "touch sensitive".
Books - tried, tested, and in every house for many a year with no batteries and associated hassles - these pdf viewers are a fad and will fail because many people can tell that these things are merely technology for technologies sake.
A lot of people annotate books (i.e. students, researchers, and people who generally need to do paperwork, but can't really cart a laptop around with them for whatever reason).
EBook readers make the perfect device to fill this niche..
am i strange
to just want an ebook reader that just reads books, no music player, no keyboard, no touchscreen. Just cheap and cheerful.
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