The speed race, at least. Books are faster and 'more relaxing' to read, but iPads and Kindles are 'more satisfying', finds new study
E-book readers might be heralded as the future of literature but a new report shows that it's still quicker to read the old-fashioned print version of a book.
The study, by Jakob Nielsen from the Nielsen Norman Group, gave 24 people a short story by Ernest Hemingway to read chosen because "his work is pleasant and engaging to read, and yet not so complicated that it would be above the heads of users".
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