So I'm supposed to pay $400 to get a reader that'll let me download $10
e-books that I could buy in paperback for $7-8? And I have to pay to
give it power. And I don't get color covers. And the screen resolution
is orders of magnitude worse than a printed page. And the content may
or may not be DRMed out the wazoo.

Is there a single benefit to this other than reduced shelf space?


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