As we wait to see how the law handles the charges that Apple and five publishers met to fix e-book prices, I’ve found myself surprised at the price point I’ve seen thrown around in the news. I mean, there’s only so much I’ll pay for “air” before I’d rather upgrade to a physical copy of the book. It’s left me wondering what’s the highest price people are willing to pay for an e-book. They say in real estate the house is worth whatever someone will pay–and the same is true for us.
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Those of you with e-readers, what’s the highest you’ve paid to date for an e-book?
Michael Ehret, for Writing on the Fine Line