[caption id="attachment_29512" align="alignleft" width="150" caption="One Princeton student surveyed said the Kindle was "difficult to use.""]One Princeton student surveyed said the Kindle was "difficult to use."[/caption]

Princeton University has released findings from its semester-long pilot of Amazon.com’s Kindle DX electronic reader, and the results appear mixed: While students reduced the amount of paper they printed for their classes by nearly 50 percent, some students and professors said they felt restricted by the device.

“e-Readers must be significantly improved to have the same value in a teaching environment as traditional paper texts,” a university...

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