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Summer eReading: Hotels Add Kindles, Sony Readers to Perks

Who's not a fan of the geeked-out hotel?

Of course, there are still a handful of tech-unfriendly hotels, but these hotels are not anywhere near that list: the Epic Hotel in Miami and the Gansevoort Hotels in New York City, Miami, and Turks & Caicos are offering their guests free use of Sony Readers and eBooks.

NYC's Algonquin Hotel has already been giving its hotel guests access to Kindles — and did I mention that at the Epic Hotel, you get poolside Sony Reader access? Yowza.

This would be great if you forgot your travel reading, or even if you just wanted to give an eBook reader a shot while you're on vacay. Do you think this is something you would end up taking advantage of during your hotel stay?

Image Courtesy of Epic Hotel

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steen steen 7 years
I think that's pretty awesome! I have a Sony Reader and I'm constantly getting questions about it out in public. Digital readers are incredibly handy and there are so many resources for cheap or free books --- including some public libraries that "loan" ebooks! --- it's pretty affordable once you get past the initial cost for the reader itself. If something will get people reading, I'm all for it! The next big debate: do I upgrade my Sony Reader to the newest model or opt for a Kindle? Decisions, decisions!
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