Many of you, who buy your groceries from Woolies, or have visited one of their other chains of stores, may have noticed them now retailing the Amazon Kindle @ $159 RRP and 3G Kindle @ $219.
There is one reason behind this. E-book readers sell and Australians as we all know, are tech junkies.
Some researchers put the total number of e-book readers at almost 1.5 million users in Australia already and this number is growing quickly, as prices drop and media hype continues.
Today I read an article in The Daily Telegraph, which compared four e-readers. The Kobo Touch @ $179 RRP, Amazon Kindle @ $159 to $219 RRP, Sony Reader WIFI Touch @ $179 RRP and our own Laser EB700 @$149.95 RRP
The Kobo Touch came out on top with five stars, but it was interesting to see the the next three including our Laser EB700 tie for 2nd place with four stars each.
The Laser EB700 @ $149.95 RRP is easily the best value for money, with a 7-inch colour screen, 4GB of storage, which can be expanded to 16GB data (up selling opportunity).
The other cool thing with the Laser EB700 is that it comes preloaded with 200 e-books. That's like buying a 200 book library for 75 cents a book and getting a free e-reader.
Don't let the major retailers get all these sales, get a few Laser EB700 e-readers in yourself and reap the rewards. Just another way Jenlist Distributors is helping our valued retailers compete in a changing market.