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Marc C.

Since far more people buy the paperback version of a novel the argument you make about savings (compared to songs or movies) is flawed. Ten dollars is about the same cost as a paperback, and this despite the fact there are no printing, binding, shipping and distribution costs for the e-version. Four hundred dollars is way (!) too expensive for this device. Sell it to me for a third that price - maybe even half - and I might be interested. Perhaps they'll release a USB only (no cell connection) version for those of us with a computer who won't pay an exhorbitant sum for such a limited device.

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Amazon is anyway still a big market hare holder this his line .

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wait a minute... what do you mean with that about "download books"? It's a terrific new and I will do my best to buy one, because I adore this kind of applications, I am a obsessive reader and this'll be an interesting new tool. 23jj

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