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Old 01-01-2013, 05:06 AM   #17
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Originally Posted by Serpentine View Post
The people that I know who have tablets and read, all have readers. I dont know anyone that really reads more than the odd pdf on a tablet.
Certainly agree with you. Both my wife and I have iPads and ereaders. My wife uses her iPad2 primarily for playing games (hidden object, match 3 etc) but when she reads, she uses her Kindle.

My iPad2 is used for internet use, hobby reference/game PDF's and comics. I have and will never read an ebook on it. I find the iPad2 too heavy for sustained reading sessions and LCD screens and I do not have a very good long term relationship.

Two family members were gifted ereaders last Christmas (2012), a Kindle and a PRS-T2. I doubt that would have been uncommon with other families either.
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