This post is by Valentina Palladino from Ars Technica
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If you want to not only read more, but read better, an e-reader may be for you. Yes, it has become easy to find material to read and to get it on any of the numerous devices we have in our electronic arsenals—smartphones, tablets, computers, and the like. But even in a world full of versatile devices, e-readers are still favorites among dedicated readers open to getting their hands on e-books and digital publications in many ways. Ultimately, it may be freedom through limitation: E-readers help you focus on the reading rather than the distractions that are oh-so easily accessible through other electronics.
But that’s just one perk to having a dedicated reading device that either replaces or supplements your physical library. While e-reader technology hasn’t radically changed much in the past few years, companies have updated to their