I've been noticing something very curious during my daily commute between North York and Downtown Toronto. The subway crowd is getting very intellectual. What I mean is that everyone seems to be reading an electronic device. I've seen a lot less newspapers over the last 3 years and a lot more electronic gadgets of all sorts. I've even seen a few people carrying open laptops (!) to read their digital content.
I've been following the mobile revolution for several years now and have been a proud owner of an iPod Touch (my first mobile digital device), a Blackberry Curve 8250 and now a Kindle 3 (6" version). They are truly all different devices for very different kind of people I think. And before you buy a mobile device you really should understand what exactly you plan to do with it.