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Is Kindle really a good substitute to books?

Asked by M. Jabrowsky, Last updated: Jul 16, 2020

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H. Jones

H. Jones

H. Jones
H. Jones, Web Content Writer, San Antonio,

Answered Apr 18, 2019

Kindle can be convenient since it allows for easier access to books. It also makes it easier to store books since they are all in one slim device instead of filling multiple shelves as physical books. Furthermore, free books can be downloaded on kindle, increasing the number of books that can be read. On the downside, research shows that reading physical books is better for reading comprehension than looking at screens. Furthermore, a reading on a kindle adds yet another screen that we stare at throughout our everyday lives as modern people living in an information age civilization. Looking at screens for too long is not good for the eyes and shapes our view of the world in ways that are not necessarily helpful.

Kindle can be convenient since it allows for easier access to books. It also makes it easier to
In conclusion, a kindle is more convenient, but it can be unhealthy and it can hinder reading comprehension, It is good when you don’t necessarily have enough space or money to purchase physical books, but if you want to read books, it would be better just to buy a book.

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