Should I buy ebooks or real books?

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In today’s digital age, the question of whether to buy eBooks or real books is an important one. With the convenience of eBooks, it’s easy to see why many people are drawn to them. However, numerous studies have confirmed that reading comprehension is better with physical books than with eBooks.

Young people may be able to read more quickly on an eReader, but the speed and potential distractions of links, scrolling, and advertisements usually mean that people remember and retain what they are reading better in physical books. The tactile experience of turning pages and the ability to easily mark and highlight sections of text also contribute to better comprehension.

Physical books also provide a more immersive experience. They don’t require batteries or a device to read them, and they don’t have to be charged. They also don’t require an internet connection, so you can take them anywhere.

Physical books are also more eco-friendly than eBooks. Although eBooks don’t require paper, they do require electricity and other resources to create and store them. And while eBooks can be recycled, physical books can be reused and repurposed.

In the end, the decision of whether to buy eBooks or real books is a personal one. If you’re looking for convenience, eBooks may be the way to go. But if you’re looking for a more immersive experience and better comprehension, physical books are the way to go.

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Written by Jordan Farrell

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