Be In the Kno

November 11, 2010 at 3:00 am 1 comment

Watch the Video!!!!

 

Be In the Kno

Are college students ready to ditch their textbooks for the 5.5 pound dual-panel touch screen device?  Is $900 too much money to spend or are the benefits of the Kno worth it?  The co-founder and CEO is Osman Rashid co-founder of Chegg rental textbooks.  Did he strike gold again or are his business plans getting too aggressive?

These questions do not have to be answered but more simply, thought about.  The Kno is strictly aimed at college students, making our views important.  Textbooks go directly to the Kno.  They are purchased directly from “kno.com” and then you search by category.  Out of curiosity, I looked for my current ITK178 book and found it on the 7th page under the “programming languages” category and it had a brief message next to it “We are working on getting this book. Please check back later.”

The Kno looks awesome.  With incredible graphics on a 14” screen, a pen stylus for a natural writing experience, and all the necessary apps it seems beneficial.  However, many people are skeptical and a main problem seems to be the guarantee of finding the necessary textbooks.  As word spreads about the Kno keep an eye out for more information… and maybe consider…

 

Take the quiz, cheers!!

Marla

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  • 1. Sammy Licocci  |  December 2, 2010 at 7:36 pm

    Marla. I want this. 🙂

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