Blio Seeks to Redefine E-books, But It's Missing Some Elements

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  • K-NFB Reading Technology Blio eReader

    Blio e-book reader software offers an intriguing platform for books with graphics and multimedia extras, but its dependence on PCs make it a poor substitute for a lightweight device you can carry in a...

At a Glance

Blio e-book reader software offers an intriguing platform for books with graphics and multimedia extras, but its dependence on PCs make it a poor substitute for a lightweight device you can carry in a purse.

Pros

  • Uses hardware you already have
  • Free e-book reader software offers color graphics

Cons

  • Lacks rivals' breadth of content
  • Lacks portability as yet
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