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How to choose an ebook reader - Pocket-lint

Ebook readers were once derided as a sort of bastard child of technology. Slow, boring, lacking features; many thought they simply didn't have a place. But the key to the world of ebook readers is content: the books, the bestsellers. People still love reading.

Step on any form of public transport these days and you'll probably see someone with a Kindle. While the Amazon Kindle...

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