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By Douglas MacMillan
Electronic-book readers are seemingly everywhere. That’s especially true after the early 2010 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, where manufacturers demonstrated a dozen new devices capable of reading digital versions of books and other publications. The new devices will compete head-on with e-readers already on the market from Amazon, Sony, and a device due to ship soon from Barnes & Noble. They may also contend with the hotly rumored Apple tablet, which analysts expect will offer digital-book capabilities.
This Bloomberg BusinessWeekslide show presents 24 e-readers to help you find one that best suits you.