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Case study: Solar reader provides proof for self-sufficient devices

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anon9303122
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re: Case study: Solar reader provides proof for self-sufficient devices
anon9303122   8/5/2010 8:09:44 PM
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All my books are solar readers. Anytime I take them outside during the day, I can read them.

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Warren3   7/23/2010 4:16:28 AM
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I definitely wish I were a subscriber to this particular magazine. Very cool idea and I'd love to see it in action. very fun[ctional]. I love the "show me" approach.

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