Ebook Readers of the future

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Technology

 

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William N

 

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May 6, 2014

 

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University

 

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Instant on/off -- It has to be able to be turned on and off instantly. I agree with this concept as well. Nobody is going to want to wait for the book to warm up. Paperback book readers expect a certain convenience of just opening the book and reading. Purdy explains that the eBook reader “would likely be based on Linux and operate like TiVo”...
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Purdy explains that the eBook reader “would likely be based on Linux and operate like TiVo”. Since it is for reading and not for computing, this makes sense. 3. Great (natural) user interface -- You have to be able to use it without problems or complicated procedures. This is for me, a given. If it is complicated not many people will use it...
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