Ebook vs. Physical Book

With technology continuously growing, so do our little gadgets. There are so many options for you to choose from such as Nook, iPad, as well as Kindle. There are many different reasons people like ebooks better then physical books, or physical books to ebook.
The reasons people like Ebooks:

  1. There is a lot of storage when it comes to an Ebook. Everything can be on one device and not       shelves of bookcases.
  2. It is super easy to buy books. All you have to do is click a button and the book is automatically downloaded to your device.
  3. It is super easy to carry an Ebook device instead of carrying one or two physical copies.
  4. The price difference of an Ebook vs a Physical copy can be very different. Most of the time the Ebook is always cheaper than the physical copy of the book. 


The reasons people like Physical Books:

  1. Some people really like the fact that books are tangible, something that you can hold onto.
  2. Some people feel a sense of accomplishments as they read the book. Starting from the very beginning and working your way to the end. 
  3. As you read through all the books you obtain, you start to form a library. You can always go back and look at the books that you read. 
  4. The smell of the books is another thing that people love about having the physical copy of a book. 

Which do you like? The Ebook or the Physical book? Comment below to tell me what you think.

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