Recently, sitting outside a high-end deli and bar with a patio,
You see, it seems to
Secondly, there is another strategy I might employ. That is to have a reciprocal sound of “coffee shop” conversation noise, only the opposite wave function to cancel out most of that noise facing outward from the screen of the eReader. Let’s face it, when you’re out and about, and you are using your eReader, chances are you’d like to get in a little quality reading time between all your events in the day, especially if you are busy, and you have lots of places to be, and people to see.
Although you may be an excellent multi-tasker, as am I in the new information age, you still need to concentrate on what you are reading if you ever hope to retain that information. Such an invention or device would be a godsend for people who are serious about reading on their eReaders. Would I buy one myself? Probably yes, and what do I think something like this would cost?
Well, it might be a feature which may increase the price $20 or more, if the cost of development was spread over tens of millions of units. Indeed, if a small startup company came up with something like this, with some MIT graduate student, they could probably get a patent and license it to Apple, Google, Microsoft, Amazon, and other tech giants. Indeed I hope you will please consider all this and think on it.