…or Nook, as pictured in 1935.
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Well, they certainly went to a lot of trouble. It’s too bad they attempted only to capture the book-reading capability. Imagine what a 1935-version of a Kindle Fire would look like — even a scaled-down one that could simply show movies and play music in addition to enabling you to read books. The thing would have taken up a whole room. (Or possibly house.)