Amazon: Refurbished Kindle 2s—currently in stock for $219. Will competition further drive down used, refurb and new Kindle prices?
Books on Board: Cybook Opus for $198. Lets you bold all text in an e-book to increase readability of books with E Ink. When will Sony add this feature to the competing Pocket Reader, now on sale at Fries for $160, as discovered earlier by Danny Davis?
Cyberread: “Review your favorite e-book, and we’ll give you 40 percent off on your next order of up to 9 e-books.”
Diesel eBooks: Custom bundles on such topics as vampires.
Fictionwise: Micropay discounts on NYT bestsellers.
Sony: $9.99 bestsellers and newspaper subscription section, the latter of which I’m mentioning just because it’s new. Is $9.99 a month for the New York Post really such a bargain? And the $14.99 among for the Wall Street Journal is the same as Amazon’s.
Have you spotted any interesting after-XMAS bargains at the above stores or others—not involving vendors you may be connected with? These recs have to be from the heart.
For e-writers: If you want to experiment with voice rec software for composition, you can try NaturallySpeaking 10 for $29.99 from TigerDirect and even get a headset thrown in for free.