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Old 12-04-2012, 03:50 PM   #5
Bookworm_Girl
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Device: Sony 350, T2; KPW2; iPad Mini Retina; Nooks
I get the WSJ on my Sony Reader. However, I have purchased a single edition on my Kindle for comparison as well as the Nook. In general I prefer the Kindle for periodicals over the Nook. It is just smoother and better navigation. Sometimes the photo content can be different too. I recommend you buy a single edition from each and do your own comparison. As noted above, the iPad version is included with the Kindle edition. Good luck making a decision!
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