Topical items and views on the impact of digitisation on publishing and its content and the issues that make the news. This blog follows the report 'Brave New World', (http://www.ewidgetsonline.com/vcil/bravenewworld.html ), published by the Booksellers Association of the UK and Ireland and authored by Martyn Daniels. The views and comments expressed are those of the author.
Monday, January 26, 2009
Sangria Red and Red - Spot the Difference
Sony and Harlequin last year celebrated Valentine's Day with a limited-edition pink eReader that came preloaded with 14 Harlequin love stories.
This year they have gone one better with a Sony PRS-505 in Sangria Red. The Limited Edition 60th Anniversary Harlequin reader comes now preloaded with 16 Anniversary Harlequin titles and a free copy of Secret Fantasy by Carly Phillips plus an embossed cover all for $300.
Some on the UK may think the ‘limited edition’ looks familiar. So we also show the ‘exclusive to John Lewis’ red edition. Some may say that it difficult to see the difference between Sangria red and red from the pictures and since John Lewis is out of stock the difference between a ‘limited edition’ and ‘exclusive’. We thought you may wish to spot the difference.
Posted by Martyn Daniels at Monday, January 26, 2009
Labels: Harlequin, John Lewis, Sony PRS-505
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