Then I was getting ready to buy a kobo from Borders because piranha said it was pretty good, and it was only $150, which was cheaper than any other e-book reader I'd seen.
Now Barnes & Noble's nook is $150 and comes with Wi-Fi. On the other hand, its apps look less appealing than the i[Thing] apps.
Speaking of i[Thing]s, the iPhone 4 has a much higher resolution screen. I don't want an iPhone but maybe the higher resolution screen will come to the iPod Touch before too long.
*Come to think of it, a book might serve this purpose.
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