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December 20, 2008

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Russ Gray

I'm not sure I agree about the Kindle being endangered. For just reading, it's better than a PDA/phone or ipod - bigger screen, much much easier to look at, and little to no glare on the screen. I tried reading ebooks on my Dell Axim a few years ago, and it just didn't work. Too much eyestrain. With a kindle, the problem goes away.

Finis Price

As an owner of an iPhone, Kindle and Sony e-Reader, I'll have to say the e-ink technology is far superior to cellphone readers. The backlight really strains the eyes when reading do the the contrast as opposed to the e-ink readers like the Kindle which are no more difficult on the eyes than paper.

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