I’ve never personally read a book on an eink device and I’m curious about the experience. Do you prefer ebooks or physical books? And why?

I’ve never personally read a book on an eink device and I’m curious about the experience. Do you prefer ebooks or physical books? And why?

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Henrique Dias Henrique Dias said: It is unbelievable that 1/12 of the year has already gone by. I came back to the Netherlands in the beginning of the month and I’ve been able to achieve quite a few things last month.First, I got my booster. Then, I also watched a few nice movies and, more importantly, started reading again. Maybe I…01 Feb 2022 08:39
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Henrique Dias Henrique Dias said: I think separating fiction from non-fiction may be an interesting strategy. I should try reading on an e-reader once to see how I feel. I feel like the ability to easily mark sentences and check the meaning of words can be very helpful.31 Jan 2022 18:49
ulisses.eth ulisses.eth said: I prefer physical books as the medium but I love the comfort of having an entire library in my Kobo + less weight31 Jan 2022 18:30
Nimo Nimo said: I think I prefer ebooks because they are easier to hold while reading and easier to carry around. But I'm still very on the fence about this, since a physical book just feels nicer. Maybe for fiction I'd prefer physical books31 Jan 2022 18:27
LDV LDV said: I like ebooks b/c I can un-highlight, search text, and read anywhere. I like having physical books for less eye strain. In some cases, I have both if I really like the book. Ebooks are my go-to, though. (And only ebooks with flowing text are worth it - pdfs are too clunky).31 Jan 2022 16:27