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June 23, 2011


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Jessica Owley

My old library had these (audio) and I didn't like them. The sounds quality isn't great and it is hard to rewind if you want to relisten to sections. I am surprised that they cost so much!

Jacqui Lipton

Interesting that the technology isn't that good anyway. I really wonder how anyone thinks they're going to make money out of this? I can see that libraries might lend them out instead of hard copy books, but if they cost so much, I can't see libraries being all that interested - unless the library price is a lot lower than the consumer price.

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