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WikiReader brings Wikipedia to your pocket for just 99 dollars

By on October 14th, 2009 
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Reading is the best way to see places and learn about new things. And what would server your purpose better than Wikipedia. But everytime you have to access Wikipedia you need access to a computer with an internet connection. If you are looking for a device that lets you lookup Wikipedia anytime, anywhere then what you should be looking for is WikiReader.

WikiReader close shot

WikiReader is an electronic encyclopedia giving physical form to Wikipedia which can be taken with you wherever you go. It bridges you, your family, and friends with the world of knowledge and is also a great gift for people of all ages. WikiReader is damn easy to use and is fully operable with 3 simple buttons. It requires No internet connection or registration and is excellent for reading in bright sunlight. It easily fits it in your purse or book bag and take it everywhere. WikiReader is priced at just $99 and there are no monthly fees.

Boy using WikiReader

Boy using WikiReader

Updating your WikiReader with latest WikiPedia articles is very easy. You can either purchase updates on a new memory card which cost $29 for two updates per year or you can also download the same updates for free. You need a good internet connection to do so as the update files are over 4GB in size.

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WikiReader brings Wikipedia to your pocket for just 99 dollars was originally published on Digitizor.com on October 14, 2009 - 8:37 pm (Indian Standard Time)