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Giveaway: Sony e-Reader

updated 09:15 pm EST, Tue December 20, 2011

Win a Sony e-Reader

For the holidays, MacNN is giving away one Sony e-Reader to one lucky winner. We know you've been busy shopping for everyone else, so now it's time to reward yourself. Read more to find out how you can win.

At less than six ounces, and no bigger than a paperback, the Sony e-Reader puts a world of books at your fingertips. It boasts a 6-inch touch-screen display that is easy on the eyes, even in direct sunlight. Use your finger to turn pages, zoom, or adjust the font size to your liking.

Line your virtual library with your favorites, chose from over two million books, newspapers and magazines to download wirelessly from the Reader Store, or get instant access to websites like Wikipedia and Google. If that's not enough it is even possible to borrow books from your local public library.



To enter click here, agree to our Terms & Conditions, and answer one simple question. What do you plan on reading with your new E-Reader? Enter now, because this giveaway ends on Tuesday Dec. 27th, 2011. Sorry, giveaway is open only to US residents.




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  1. msuper69

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Lucky?

    Hardly. Now give away an iPad and then you can use the word lucky.

  1. coffeetime

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Please do not

    pick my name, MaCNN.

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