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Old September 16th, 2012, 02:17 PM   #29 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by thameera View Post
What do you use to read primarily: a dedicated ebook reader like Kindle/Nook or your android phone? And why?

As for me, I dropped the idea of buying a Kindle after getting my Galaxy Note. Reasons:
1. The screen size is large enough to read.
2. I read in public transport a lot. Taking the phone out from the pocket is always easier than having to take a reader from the bag.
3. No need of book lights. With the phone it's simple to adjust the day/night modes and the brightness level to your will.

Would like to know your thoughts as well.
Like you, I have the Galaxy Note and find that I really don't need a dedicated ereader since I have the Note. I used to read on a 7" android device, but since I got the Note, I only use the 7" for watching videos while I do the dishes.

My Note is my one device to rule them all...
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