RCA's New eBook

Kaelble, Steve
August 2000
Indiana Business Magazine;Aug2000, Vol. 44 Issue 8, p8
Reports on Thomson Consumer Electronics' plan to unveil a line of electronic books (eBook) in September 2000. Key features of the eBooks; Built-in modems included in the RCA eBooks which users can locate and download books and periodicals.


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