The eReader Destroyer?
As noted earlier, many PC enthusiasts are looking at the iPad solely for its abilities as an eReader.
Furthermore, it appears that several major subscription only newspapers such as the Wall Street Journal are creating iPad versions of their product.
According to the report, the Wall Street Journal’s iPad edition will cost $17.99 per month. An advertisement-free version of Esquire may cost $2.99, which is $2 less than the newsstand price. Men’s Health will charge the same $4.99 as it does for the print version, but it will also offer a “preview issue” supported by advertising for Gillette Odor Shield.
See how much other subscription outlets are charging for their iPad versions here.