Kindles not catching on among Tommies

I posted just yesterday about students' preference for printed textbooks over digital ones, and now University of St. Thomas circulation desk worker Nathan Wunrow tells TommieMedia that its collection of Kindle readers is "rarely" checked out:

“It has its highs and lows maybe in the summer and J-term it’s better, but right now I don’t know if it’s as popular. I don’t know if it has to do with people are just busy, they don’t know about it or if people are getting their own.”

Is the technology, at least at its current stage, as hyped as the Segway's? I'm open to arguments.

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