Choosing an e-reading device for a library (chart)
Choosing an e-reader for a personal use is different from choosing devices for a community. Both tablets and dedicated e-readers have their pros and cons. In an entertaining chart below, Travis describes what you should be aware of before picking up the best one. For the time being there is no clear winner, as far as library devices are concerned.
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Via The Digital Shift.
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