My Internet buddy, Jeanie, has a Nook. They're comparably priced, and both have decent ratings. If prices on these things get down around $100 at Christmas, I may get one.
Apple Ipad, which starts at $499. No, I won't be buying one of those. But it seems as though this thing could replace a laptop. It has a web browser; you can get to your email; it's an e-reader.
I wonder how long it will take Microsoft to come up with an equivalent to the Ipad. It's bound to happen, isn't it? Surely they want to make money from this new phenomenon. If and when they do, it's bound to be much cheaper than the Macintosh product.
What an interesting e-world we live in. You just never know what's next.
Ohhh, news flash: Microsoft plans to have their answer to the Ipad by Christmas! And wait, what's this? Dell Streak? And here's something called the Eee Pad!
Competition is bound to bring prices down.