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The iPad, Apple’s latest in its lineup of mobile, connected gadgets that seem to be taking over the world, functions almost as well as a full-fledged laptop. And it’s also marketed as an e-reader.
This puts the technologically savvy, book-loving consumer in a bit of quandary — should you go for the iPad which is an e-reader among other things, or pick Amazon’s Kindle, a cheaper though reliable e-reader with not as many additional capabilities?