Once: Win The Sleek New Sony Reader

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Found 8th Sep 2008Made hot 8th Sep 2008
It's one of the year's most hotly anticipated gadgets and now you can win the new sleek, slimline Sony Reader with Sky News and Waterstone's.

Intended for all those who love a good book, the Reader is smaller than a hardback book and can store up to 160 ebooks - and thousands more with a memory card.

Using revolutionary E Ink technology, the Reader mimics a traditional book page by being viewable in direct sunlight or at angles of up to nearly 180 degrees.

It comes loaded with excerpts from new and recent books, as well a CD-ROM of 100 classic titles including Pride and Prejudice, Great Expectations and Wuthering Heights. Plus, the Reader can also store and display personal and business documents.

Just answer the following question to be in with a chance of winning:

:: How many ebooks can the Reader hold?

email answer to [email protected]bskyb.com Subject Waterstones

Remember to give us your name and address. Entries must be received by 23:59 on Thursday September 11.


cant understand why people are voting cold - its a simple email - :thinking:

more chance for me to win

thanks op:thumbsup:

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cant understand why people are voting cold - its a simple email - … cant understand why people are voting cold - its a simple email - :thinking:more chance for me to winthanks op:thumbsup:

Me too does my head :thumbsup:

thank you

Great find - e-mails are easy peasy!!! ;-)

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Thank you given it a go

Nice one:thumbsup:

people think this will be the next ipod. this technology has been out for 10 years +. no one wnted one then and i doubt it will really take off this time.

I would love one of these.

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