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Are the current e-readers already obsolete?

Jim Louderback over at The Huffington Post has bad news for anybody who got an e-reader as a holiday gift: "If you got an Amazon Kindle, Sony E-Reader or Barnes and Noble Nook this holiday season, don't read this story -- you'll just be depressed."

Why? Because he has seen the future of ebooks, and the future is going to wipe the current ereaders off the map. Or so he says.

Read the full story here and check out the video of what the future holds...

And if that doesn't convince you, check out this Wall Street Journal story, which says Samsung will soon start selling its own e-reader.


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