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1/27/08 1:13 AM
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FCM
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Edited: 27-Jan-08
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I am looking for a better way of reading ebooks.Somehow reading from a monitor I cant get into them.Are there ebook readers that improve the exeperience ?. Is printing ebooks a cost effective option ?What would be the printer of choice if i was to undertake this activity ?. Cheers.
1/27/08 7:55 PM
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Jason Couch
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Edited: 27-Jan-08
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Couple popular options out now, including PDAs, the Amazon Kindle, and the Sony thing with that new electronic ink technology. Haven't tried any of those, though.

I read mainly ebooks rather than print these days and I use the ebookwise reader. I'm happy with it because it's portable, does well in low light conditions, and causes less eyestrain than the computer. Not the best under bright sunlight, but tolerable.

If you're looking for an option closer to the real book experience, though, you'll probably want to look at those with the new e-ink technology.
2/6/08 10:31 PM
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cbgrappler
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Edited: 06-Feb-08
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I  bought a sony reader and love it!
3/13/08 10:15 AM
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NorrisInCharge80
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Edited: 13-Mar-08
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