Apple's iPad vs. e-readers

Apple's iPad tablet may rival e-book readers, but these six e-readers have life in them yet

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Sony Reader

Sony offers the Reader Pocket Edition for $200, the Reader Touch Edition for $300, and the 7-inch screen Reader Daily Edition for $400 (shown below), which comes with a touchscreen. The Daily Edition allows to access newspapers and other subscriptions wirelessly for free, and the Reader Store offers access to 1 million books. Books can be read in landscape mode. It weighs 12.75 ounces and provides an E Ink touchscreen display that is 7 inches diagonally. Sony's Web site currently says it has received high demand for orders of the device, but orders were shipping on or about Jan. 29.

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