Friday, November 24, 2006

At the Times

Charles McGrath test-drives the Sony Reader and finds it wanting. I think that everyone who has an iPod and loves reading is waiting for Apple to develop a product (only perhaps there just isn't the market for it, not sure about that one--and I still have doubts about the content-related issues, I am not going to pay money for e-books unless under very exceptional circumstances...).

1 comment:

  1. the perfect e-reader would have 300 e-ink pages connect via usb, you download a book or so to it, and you unplug it, and its just like a real book, because it has no batteries and no refresh, of course the e-paper would have to be 300 times cheaper than it is now