TECH talk. E-readers

January 2012
PN;Jan2012, Vol. 66 Issue 1, p42
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The article focuses on electronic book or e-book, also known as electronic reader or e-reader. According to the website Wikipedia, an e-book is a portable and electronic device designed for reading digital materials and periodicals. It adds that e-book can be modified to include features such as internet browsers, music, and electronic mail. Moreover, it says that e-book is available in several models including Kindle, iPad, and NOOK. INSET: E-readers with E-ink Screen Technology.


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