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Survey Reveals A Third Of E-readers Only Used Once

Posted at 7:52AM Wednesday 14 Nov 2012

A survey in January, polled just under 2,000 US e-reader owners and asked about their e-reading habits. The aforementioned 35% of responders said they had only used their devices once, while 17% stated that they used their devices at least once per week, and 29% indicated that they used their e-readers every day.

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