Ray Bradbury, the author of Fahrenheit 451, once said: “Nothing a computer can do can compare to a book.” For some, the pleasure of flipping through a paperback may never change, but pragmatism is starting to take hold. More people than ever are opting for e-books; the benefits of having a virtual library in your pocket outweigh the nostalgia for physical books. And although modern e-readers have been around in some form or another for over two decades, the evolution and adoption process has been a long and complex one. Join us as we take a look at some of the key moments in the e-reader’s history.
Author: Daily Tech Whip
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