There was a survey into e-reading conducted in the UK by YouGov recently
which concluded (perhaps surprisingly for many) that 40% of e-reader owners
were aged 55 or older, and 36% of those who intended buying an e-reader were
also over 55.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Debbi Mack" <email@example.com>
To: "Rara Avis" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> I've been in touch with Kindle owners who read fiction (and, yes, they do
> exist). Their reasons for using a Kindle can vary, but if you think "old
> people" won't use them, you're wrong. In fact, I've been told by arthritis
> sufferers that they find the Kindle easier to handle than a book. It's
> also apparently very easy on the eyes. They're also great for traveling.
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