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$(removed) $(removed)!) I don't have a WikiReader so I don't know if it's any good or not, but I love the idea of a $(removed) hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy. I ordered one just because it has a "Random" article button. If you have one, please let us know what you think of it in the comments.
- Palm-sized device contains the entire English Wikipedia
- Pre-loaded content, no internet connection needed
- Ready to go right out of box
- Touchscreen controls and keyboard
- Uses 2 AAA batteries
Get in the know with the WikiReader. This palm-sized electronic encyclopedia contains the entire English Wikipedia covering 3 million topics -- equivalent to more than 1,000 volumes. No internet connection is required, it comes preloaded with the entire Wikipedia and is ready to use right out of the box. Easy touchscreen controls and touchscreen QWERTY keyboard allow you instant access to a world of knowledge. Never be out of date, either, as the content can be updated quarterly via online download or via MicroSD card. Runs on 2 AAA batteries which will last approximately 1 year.
UPDATE: I'm going to do this when I get mine.
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