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People Still Prefer Printed Books Over eBooks

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Sep 6, 2016

Digital is not taking over the world of printed books anytime soon, as many predicted. According to a new research by the Pew Research Center, 65% of American book readers reported that they read real book compared to that of 28% for the ebooks. Moreover, majority of the readers said they consider ebook readers as a complementary tool instead of a replacement to physical books.

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This is an important revelation as many predicted that with the rise of smartphones, ebook readers, and other gadgets, physical books would soon become obsolete. However, this data tells a different story. It means books can and will co-exist with the digital readers and remain relevant to our life in the years to come.


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