The Amazon Kindle DX is 26.4 x 18.3 x 1 cm. Bezos says it's for reading newspapers, magazines, journals, and your own PDF documents more easily. But how does it stack against its deadtree counterparts?
While the Kindle may be good for magazines and journals—although the lack of colour is a major drawback for me—it will be difficult for it to compete with the pleasure of having yourself buried under that five tons of giantastic paper sheets that some people like to call the New York Times. But then again, newspapers and magazines are dying, aren't they?
What do you think? Would you change your Sunday paper for a Kindle? What about your favourite bathroom magazine?