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That is the truth. I have two MacBooks for about two years now, and the prices of their respective new models are understandably even higher; and my models' prices never dropped a cent. They never gonna drop their prices (unless you go for refurbished and second-hands); so I'll get my new iPad in August.
This is my first post at futures.io (formerly BMT) - appropriate that it's technology related as I'm a tech geek
I have a differing opinion regarding ebook readers. I own the ipad, and i find it's a terrible ebook reader - it's big (can't comfortably hold it in one hand), screen is glossy and reflective (for me, a worse experience than reading from my netbook or PC. In fact, I'm not at all that crazy about my ipad purchase - good for web browsing, but that's one of the last things I want to do. Plus my netbook is great and it has a keyboard!
Now I've used the kobo for a month and I loved it, but it's not supported here in Canada, plus the kindle specs are better. But the conclusion I came to - a dedicated ebook reader is far superior for those who are avid readers.
So I'm ready to take the kindle plunge but unsure of which size to purchase. I'm leaning towards the 9.7" screen, given I'll likely read a number of technical analysis texts with charts, but I'd love to hear anyone's specific experience with either size.
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