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Will e-books replace paper books?

( Updated: 2016-09-02 09:06

Ratfink (Australia)

According to a recent study at Norway's Stavanger University e-book readers showed lower retention rates of information than readers of books. There's a full Europe-wide study underway but as yet no information on the results. I use both and prefer books for serious reading. Retention I feel is slightly better in my case with paper than electronic media but not by much.

Will e-books replace paper books?

A Chinese visitor tries a Hanvon e-book reader, manufactured by Hanwang Technology Co., Ltd., during the 13th China Beijing International High-tech Expo (CHITEC 2010) in Beijing, China, May 29, 2010.[Photo/IC]

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