Despite its higher price, it seems that many readers of ebooks prefer the versatility of the Apple iPad as an ebook reading device compared to a dedicated one like the Amazon Kindle. At least that appears to be the result of a recent survey in the U.S.
Ars Technica - In a recent ChangeWave survey about consumer e-book reader ownership, iPad ownership doubled between August and November, up from 16 to 32 percent. The percentage of e-book reader owners that own a Kindle dropped 15 points, down to 47 percent. With just 5 percent owning and Sony device and 4 percent reporting owning a Nook, it's clear that Amazon and Apple are fighting for the majority of e-reader users.
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