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Lenovo possibly developing e-book reader

Laura June
12.28.09
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Look, we don't like having to constantly be skeptics who don't believe in anything unless there's absolute proof of its existence... oh, wait: yes we do. Especially in scenarios like this, where sources are unclear, a bit vague, and poorly translated. Regardless, we're hearing that it's possible that Lenovo is actively developing an e-reader and may already be in an internal testing phase according to "sources" cited by Tech 163. Such a move wouldn't be wholly unexpected -- the e-reader bandwagon is getting more crowded every day. Still, we can't be sure yet, though Tech 163 apparently asked Lenovo for comment and they didn't outright deny the plans. Make of that what you will. There's a chance we'll hear more about this at CES -- and that's in just about a week and a half.

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