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Kindle and iPad Books Take Longer to Read than Print [STUDY]

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  1. Kindle Takes Longer to Read

    Doesn’t surprise me when ever I have a lengthy document, I find it is much quicker and easier to read on paer, than on any type of screen. The new e-books still feel a long way off from the real thing.

  2. I’d agree without a Doubt..!!

    I’m not really worried about the time it takes to read a book on the Kindle. I bought my Kindle fire primarily for playing around with the OS and for testing and development purposes. It also aids me in developing my demotivational posters site. I seldom read books on My Kindle, but when I do I’ve noticed that i’m easily distracted. Well, I wouldn’t blame the device for that. I reckon that the classic Kindle does a better Job at providing reading with distraction than the ipad or the kindle fire.

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