Roundup: new 2010 e-book readers

A bevy of new e-book readers made their debut at CES 2010. Here's a look at all of them--as well as some prototypes of new digital displays.

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While Amazon's Kindle, Sony's Readers, and the Barnes & Noble Nook remain the most popular e-readers in the U.S. market, literally dozens of companies are putting out new e-readers this year--and they're all on display at CES.

They range in price from less than $200 to more than $750 and one even includes dual screens. Which ones truly have a chance of breaking through with consumers is debatable, especially if Apple should go ahead and announce a slate device later this month. But here they all are.

As always, feel free to comment, and let us know what products seem most promising--or will be duds. Click on any image to start the slideshow.

CES: 2010 new e-book readers galore (photos)

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