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A Kindle is simply a reading device that does just one thing: let you read ebooks. But the Kindle does that very well. However, the iPad lets you do more things, like read emails, chat with friends, play games, watch videos and work.
Do you need a Kindle when you have an iPad?
Yes, if you want to read in the best possible conditions, you need a Kindle in addition to an iPad (if you already have one). The Kindle has better battery life, is lighter and has an e-ink screen that makes reading easier on the eyes.
The question boils down to this: do you want the best possible device for reading ebooks, or do you want a more versatile device that lets you do many things?
The Kindle has the advantage of being a device that lets you read without distraction. With a Kindle e-reader, you'll never be interrupted by a message, email or notification - unlike the iPad.
The e-reader also gives you better battery life, with an e-ink screen that brings you a reading comfort close to the experience of a printed book.
There's no doubt that the Kindle is better for your eyes. Long reading sessions on the iPad also lead to eye fatigue, sometimes accompanied by (admittedly mild) migraines.
If you're looking for a e-reader, we have a guide to the best e-readers available on the site.
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Recognizing the need for an informed and reliable source for eReader-related content, Nicolas created MyEreader.net, where he currently serves as the lead writer. His well-crafted articles cover a wide range of topics, including eReader reviews, comparisons between various devices, tips for optimizing reading experiences, and discussions on the future of digital reading. Read more here
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