Battle between eReaders and tablets won't be televised (but you can read about it on an eReader or tablet)

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Battle between eReaders and tablets won’t be televised (but you can read about it on an eReader or tablet).

[newsimage]http://static.rankone.nl/images_posts/2011/05/NVJAbO.jpg[/newsimage]Popular eReaders such as the Kindle, Nook and Sony Reader can be found in literary-minded technophiles' bookshelves. Resting right next to beloved books by Dickens, Camus and Vonnegut, Jr. is a wondrous little piece of technology that can hold their combined work, and then some. But with the rise of the more versatile tablet, will eReaders be phased out?


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#2

Tablets will steamroll ebook readers. Tablets will drive down demand for regular computer replacements. Computers are still required for any sort of serious gaming, however this segment will become a niche, given the grunt that tablets are now evolving into, and most younger gamers will end on one console or another.
Ebook readers are, and will remain a niche product, at least until tablets evolve higher resolutions & much better readability.