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It’s Time to Free Your E-Reading From Amazon

Kindle competition is coming soon

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TThe Kindle has hardly changed in almost a decade. Sure, it’s had some incremental improvements — slightly nicer e-ink screen, waterproofing, OS tweaks, removal of all physical buttons — but the basic unit is much the same as it has been for years.




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