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The “e-ink vs. real ink” debate continues to rage among the literati. And both sides have their cherished pros and cons. But now, there’s new fuel to add to the fire.
A recent study suggests that readers who turn to traditional paper books instead of e-readers retain more of what they’ve read and show better comprehension than readers who use digital readers.