Maybe someday, perhaps.
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Does anyone actually use ereaders? I always just thought of them as over specialized tablets. Do people use both tablets and ereaders?
I have and enjoy a Kindle reader. I do think that the e-ink display is easier on the eyes (well, provided the ambient light is good enough) than a tablet screen, and it allows for pretty impressive battery life. I can see how it could be considered an over-specialized tablet, but I came at it from the other side of the market: I had no real interest in all the features of a tablet, but a lightweight, compact uber-book that could replace the multiple hardcopy books that would typically take up space in my luggage on a trip? That's a useful thing, and it is the one thing that a Kindle does very well.
I have two Kindles. One is a non-backlit e-ink version, the other is a Fire HD tablet. If I am actually reading electronic books in good ambient light, I use the e-ink. If am reading in bed at night with the lights off, or playing Scrabble/surfing the web, I use the Fire.
I suppose I stand corrected. I imagine I am just bias against them because I can't use electronics at work (the one place an e-reader would win out over analog books for me) something about coal trains and passenger trains mixing set off a dislike for electronics in our industry.
As a fan of electronic paper technology, I am pleased to announce my acquisition of the holy grail of electronic reading devices; Kobo's Aura H2O.
Several decades after I wondered how to make an affordable waterproof book, I am now ready to engage in the wonderful pastime of soaking in the tub and enjoying a favorite tome, this time without the risk of immersion.
For normal electronic reading duties I continue to use my beloved Kobo Aura HD, which boasts a significantly larger screen and an excellent long life side lighting system.
I'd be pretty happy with the resolution and range of viewing angle implied by that sketch. Maybe someday, perhaps.
What's most notable is that electronic newspapers and dirigibles were expected to be around concurrently.
Not all dirigibles are zeppelins.
<a href="http://www.airships.net/dirigible” target=”_blank”>http://www.airships.net/dirigible
Okay, I should have specified dirigibles that carry 35+…
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