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He also writes: "it is clear that we have two distinct product classes here with less overlap than originally thought. Apparently, the market is big enough for both."
On this point, I don't disagree, however, I don't believe the battle is over. Hyatt cites the following as one of the reasons the Kindle "not only survived, but thrived":