CES 2010: iRiver unveils Story e-reader

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iRiver has unveiled the Story e-book reader during CES in Las Vegas this weekend, adding yet another appealing e-reader device for consumers to consider.

Read the full article here: [http://www.myce.com/news/ces-2010-iriver-unveils-story-e-reader-24720/](http://www.myce.com/news/ces-2010-iriver-unveils-story-e-reader-24720/)

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Without content this isn’t going to work. Besides, who wants to have an e-reader anyway? I don’t see the added value.

I’m still not sold on the e-reader idea. Yeah, it’s better than having a ton of physical books, but will these things go mainstream? I’m betting they’ll be relegated to niche status.

It seems that it usually takes a while to read a book. To have to have a book that needs electricity to work seems odd. It’s just easier to carry the book. They are already morphing into multi-media devices and they will probably end up as some form of Laptop.