62% of 16 To 24-Year-Olds Prefer Printed Books Over eBooks

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assertation writes “According to The Guardian, 62% of readers between the age of 16 and 24 prefer physical copies of books over ebooks. Reasons given were the feel of ‘real books, ‘ a perceived unfairly high cost for eBooks, and the ease of sharing printed books. ‘On questions of ebook pricing, 28% think that ebooks should be half their current price, while just 8% say that ebook pricing is right.’ The preference for physical copies was in contrast to other forms of media, such as games, movies, and music, where a majority preferred the digital version.” Read more of this story at Slashdot.

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