When we asked earlier this week how readers preferred to access electronic books, we got a wide range of responses. An unscientific summary would be: there’s all sorts of devices in use, the iPhone is popular and we didn’t give enough credit to the Nintendo DS. But there’s clearly still room for a killer e-book reader, though whether that’s the Kindle seems open to debate.
What Lifehacker Readers Use For E-Books
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Angus has been writing professionally about technology since 1994 and breaking it for even longer. He is based in Sydney but spends a frankly unhealthy portion of his life on the road, tracking down the latest stories. In 2011, he won the IT Journo Award For Best Consumer Technology Journalist and Consensus IT Writers Award for Best Technical Writer for his work on Lifehacker; about time too.