E-book readers are fantastic examples of modern gadgetry, aren't they? All your favourite books in one place, no screen glare even in bright sunlight, a battery that lasts for weeks on end, and now subscriptions that offer access to hundreds of thousands of books for a set monthly fee.
It's hard to believe that almost seven years have passed since Amazon launched its first-generation Kindle, and the hardware has matured considerably since then, but are consumers as bowled over as they're made out to be? Personally, I think the devices are great at what they do, but I never quite got used to my own Kindle and still prefer to keep actual books.
But let's hear it from you: what do you think of e-book readers? Whether you're a fan or a critic, share your reasons for or against using the comments facility below.
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