Washington Post on E-Readers

The Washington Post has an article talking up the prospects of e-readers and offering links to two of the main contenders the Sony e-reader and the iRex Technologies iliad.

According to the Post these new e-readers move:

beyond the functionality of an ordinary book, the reader can enlarge text for the visually challenged as well as provide features normally found in a laptop or tablet computer, such as wireless Internet access, memory card storage and text search.

It’s not a great piece and offers only the input of Random House on the publishers’ side of affairs. Nonetheless it’s worth taking a quick look at if only to see what mainstream media makes of e-readers.

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