MobyLives reports on a survey that found that half of all respondents planned on buying an e-reading device within the next three years:

The ideal device is $200 and gives users access to e-mail, video, books, magazines, and subscription content like newspapers,” the report concluded, adding that one-store-only devices like the Kindle and the Nook are not desirable: "Consumers want to be able to buy content from multiple sources." Sounds pretty much like the device I want, too.