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Old 01-14-2013, 09:21 AM   #229
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Originally Posted by jbcohen View Post
I wonder if dedicated readers are more popular among us heavy readers?
Without a doubt. I believe a much bigger percentage of heavy readers own dedicated readers than the population at large but that is not surprising, we are after all a self-selected group.

I'm on my 3rd ereader (Nook, Nook Touch and now Kobo Glo) and if a new device comes out with a marked improvement (like the Glo was, at least for me) then I'll buy it.
I'm not rich but I read regularly (probably 12-13 hours a week minimum) and my reading is immersive so if I stare at a screen for a long time then I'd rather have the best I can get for my eyes.

As for the death of ereaders, I think reports of their death are greatly exaggerated.
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