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No SD card slot and when the battery starts to die the early adopters can just buy a new battery... and they paid the same price. Who really got the better deal?
Thanks for the info. I was trying to convince myself that the Kindle 2 was better, now I know I should just stick with my trusty original.
Recently, the cost of an ebook for the Kindle has been comparable to the cover price for a hardback copy.
Nah. Most current NYTimes bestsellers go for $9.99, which is normally less than half the cover price for the hardback.