Eee-reader–only for ghost stories?

Asus is making its own jump into the e-reader market with its Eee-reader, due out in two models by the end of the year. We like that the higher-end model opens like a book and has its own stand, making it more manageable for folks who might have difficulty holding, say, a Kindle while reading or selecting options. Any other thoughts on how this design could be an accessibility boon?

CNET: Asus Eee-reader to open like a book

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