Sony needs to go to college campuses and other institutions to demo its Sony Paper tablet. It's the perfect size for viewing documents in their entirety and the E-ink technology lets you take notes and annotate, in a format that is easy on the eyes (a key issue for students, professors, lawyers, researchers). Yes, it's expensive at $1000 but that's partly because so few people have bought it, that the product does not have economies of scale. And so few people have bought it because no one knows about it...because, as we all know, Sony does not market. Which brings us back to: Sony needs to go to college campuses and conduct hands-on demos of its Sony Digital Paper E-tablet. Get to it, Sony.