Which is better for reading books, an e-ink eReader or tablet?
jhotz 29 weeks ago
I’ve stuck with reading books the old fashioned way, paper pages and no batteries. But I’m thinking about going all 2010 and trying e-books. I have a decent android phone, but it’s just no fun reading on a 4.5” screen, so that leaves dedicated e-readers and tablets. I guess the main thing I’m wondering is whether there is a significant advantage to e-ink vs. a typical LCD tablet display from the readers standpoint. Has anyone tried both, and if so, which do you prefer and why?
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