"In a 1994 promotional video from Knight Ridder said the tablet readers would be “part of our daily lives by the turn of the century,” with screen clarity similar to the printed page, color displays and sound.
“It may be difficult to conceptualize the idea of digital paper, but in fact we believe that’s what’s going to happen,” Fidler said on the video. Unlike the Knight Ridder concept, the Kindle DX downloads articles wirelessly and doesn’t have color."
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Amazon’s Kindle DX Resurrects ‘Crazy Idea’ From Knight Ridder
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