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9-29-2010 @ 7:25PM
@Elyxaar I love my Kindle so much that I do my best to avoid reading a paper book if I can manage it. I'll still buy books I truly love just to have a physical copy, but no more cluttering my house with mass market paperbacks, yay! You can read outside and not worry about the wind, read with one hand and not worry about losing your page or having to turn it, read in the tub (with protection of course) and not deal with soggy pages. That doesn't even go into the features of it.Kindles are so cheap right now and they have the 30-day return policy so you can try it and send it back if you hate it. It's really a no brainer if you're curious at all. The Nook is okay but I find it a second choice. Navigation is difficult and it's a bit gimmicky.
9-29-2010 @ 9:05PM
"...read in the tub (with protection of course)..."Kindle Condoms?
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