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A cheaper eBook alternative: Product Review of the Libre by Aluratek

In this week's review of the Libre eBook Reader Pro, the bottom line is that its a good, cheaper e-reader alternative -- that is, if you don't mind it lacks some of the top-of-the-line features, like downloading books over Wi-Fi and being able to subscribe to newspapers and magazines.

Libre black You can read my full list of ups and downs in today's print review. The price ranges online, usually around $120, but my contact for the Libre said the price is going down to $99.99 this week at Borders stores. I saw it for $99 last week at Dell.com, but now Dell has jacked it back up to $150.


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I am amazed at the price of the e-readers now. Up until about maybe 18 months ago, Amazon was holding steady at $399. What a huge difference.

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