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Old 02-09-2009, 06:51 PM   #2
Steve Rindsberg
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A technerd friend of mine just bought one too, though he already had one of the original models. I'll be interested to learn why. I don't see that there's *that* much difference between the old and new.

But maybe he had more trouble with the badly placed Next button than I did.

The new model's also supposed to do a better job of navigating newspapers and magazines; do give a couple of the mags/papers a trial subscription or buy a single issue and let us know. I could tolerate the couple of magazines I tried on the old one but newspapers were not much fun.

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