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    News - iriver reveals ‘highest resolution’ e-reader

    LG and iriver team up to make HD e-reader.
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    Re: News - iriver reveals ‘highest resolution’ e-reader

    For text, you dont need an incredibly high res. Its pretty much pointless.

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    Re: News - iriver reveals ‘highest resolution’ e-reader

    Quote Originally Posted by Ross1 View Post
    For text, you dont need an incredibly high res. Its pretty much pointless.
    But not all books / content are text.
    I read a lot of journals and books with diagrams in. A higher resolution for these would be very useful.
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    Re: News - iriver reveals ‘highest resolution’ e-reader

    This might be the e-Reader I go for, looks like graphic novel's will be well displayed on that screen.

    The Kindle is great, only if you read books strictly with text. As Agent says Journals have diagrams and often educational books do too. I enjoy graphic novels so this should be perfect.

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    Cheaper or equal in price to Kindle = Win
    More expensive than Kindle = Lose

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    Re: News - iriver reveals ‘highest resolution’ e-reader

    I think there is more of a market for bigger eReaders tat are 8". Would love a bigger screen to read technical manuals on.

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