rhm wrote:He's a lot younger than I was expecting. I've seen his name about the place for so long I'd assumed he was a hairy old guru.
I think he used to sport a mustache which make him look older.
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For me, I think it is the "form factor".
It's so very convenient to take a book/magazine/newspaper to the "library" or to bed.
And it's just so easy to use one of these "devices" compared to a laptop (although I haven't tried a TabletPC). And such "devices" stand up to a lot of abuse, and even if they do get damaged, it's cheap to replace them.