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Old 04-13-2017, 12:25 PM   #3
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Although for my own use, I still rank an E-Ink device as best for reading, tablets like the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 and the iPad Pro come a close second. As AnemicOak said, the displays are gorgeous and can be customizable to your own needs. Besides the display options, many reading apps offer a variety of themes and tweaks. You should be able to easily find the setup that feels best for you.

As for size, it's a matter of taste. I would find the 8 inch Tab S2 better for reading than the 9.7 one. But you may feel differently, depending on what you want to read. PDFs are best on larger screens.
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