Tablets take the lead among readers of e-books

12/27/2012 | CNET

The tablet computer has eclipsed the dedicated e-reader even for those reading e-books, according to a Pew Internet survey. As of November, 19% of Americans own an e-book reader such as an Amazon Kindle, 25% own a tablet such as the iPad, and a third of Americans own one of each type, whereas last December tablets and e-readers were tied with 10% each. Readers of e-books have risen from 16% to 23% of the population in the last year.

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