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E-Readers: The Digital Dilemma

The runaway success of the Apple iPad in the United States has prompted the makers of e-readers to lower prices for the devices that store the text of thousands of books. More manufacturers are launching tablet computers that, like the iPad, will similarly straddle the territory between smart phones and notebooks and feature e-reading applications. The monochromatic e-readers tout their easier-to-read type, particularly in bright sunlight, and longer-lasting batteries (provided the WiFi is off) that can hold up on a business or leisure trip. Small, slim and light, they slip readily into a coat pocket or purse. For avid readers, particularly those on the go and those who don’t need – or want – a multipurpose, heavier tablet, a dedicated e-reader may be the best option.
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