Nothing gets me into the mental soundscape of an album better than 2, 4, or sometimes more square feet of sweet graphics designed to project a visual grounding for the audio content. Those silly itunes previews and even CD slips are a joke in comparison. Poster-size graphics and legible fonts are what do it for me.
That being said, if CD's came in 12"x12" glossy books, I would be all over it, esp. at a sub $10 price point.
I'm a beaver, you're a beaver, we are beavers all And when we get together we do the beaver call
E to the U, dU dX, E to the X, dX
Cosine! Secant! Tangent! Sine!
Integral! Radical! mu, DV
Slipstick! Slide rule! M.I.T.!"
I wonder if it could work with a Bluetooth keyboard
There's a dockable keyboard.
and a Bluetooth keyboard... so, yes.
e-credibility: the non-guaranteeable likelihood that the electronic data you're seeing is genuine rather than somebody's made-up crap. - Karl Lehenbauer