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Examining The Benefits Of An eBook Reader

There are many people who have been reading books for ages who have said they will never switch to an eBook reader, claiming that “eBooks are not real books!” But while eBooks cannot replicate the smell and the feel of a real book in your hands, they also have a number of advantages – even for those loyal book lovers! If you have said that you will never make the switch to an eBook reader, read on; you just might change your mind!

 

Less expensive: If you go out and buy the actual, hardcover copy of a book right after it comes out, it will usually run you about $25 to $30. If you want to save a bit of money, you might end up having to wait a whole year before you get to read this book you really want, as the paperback is the only copy that will be reasonably priced. When you purchase an eBook, however, you can download it right into your hands without even leaving your house – for a great price!

 

Lightweight: If you travel a lot, or if you take public transportation to work, there is a good chance you enjoy bringing a book with you. The problem, however, is that – after you get off the subway or the plane – you are still stuck lugging this book around all day! With an eBook reader, however, you will have a device that weighs a whole lot less than a hardcover book, and that is easy to bring with you wherever you go.

 

Lots of books: The best part of all about an eBook reader is that you can literally bring piles of books with you wherever you go. If you like to switch between books, or if you are going on vacation sometime soon, this is especially beneficial! No longer will you have to try to load six books into your suitcase or your laptop bag; you can bring one “book,” and it will have all the books you need.

 

Even though the eBook reader is not right for everyone, it just might be right for you; consider the benefits, and think about making the switch!

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April 16, 2011 - Posted by | Uncategorized |

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