I believe Apple should make an e-book reader with an e-paper display that you can write on it. Currently there is only one product like that in the market, iRex iLiad. It uses an eInk display and Wacom tablet on it for writing. Though the machine is slow (2 sec to turn a page), software is not so good (it doesn''t even support all hardware features like pressure sensitive sketching, no zoom in pdf etc.) and quite expensive ($700). Sony has an ebook reader but it doesn't support enough formats, nasty DRM, no Mac support etc. This is where Apple would shine. They can build it in mass quantities, put a better chip (but something that wouldn't need a fan) and Apple quality software. It would be a dream machine both for customers and Apple for several reasons. *All college students will buy one. One could put all the textbooks in and take class notes, take everywhere. It shouldn't support email or web. This is for reading and writing only. No distraction, just simplicity. *All academics, attorneys, anybody who print out a lot of materials to read will buy one. It will also be good for the environment. *All graphic artists will buy one, as it will be a cheap sketching tablet with a screen *Many casual readers will buy one and Apple can sell e-books at the iTunes store. It might turn into a great market. All the technology is already out there just waiting for the right implementation. Apple even already has handwriting recognition technology. So do you agree? Can we convince Apple to do this?