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Do You Really Need a Device That Does Everything?

Weighing the real value of your purchase comes down to counting its benefits — not its features

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When I told my mom I was planning on buying an Amazon Kindle, she raised her eyebrow and suggested, “Why not just get an iPad? You’ll still be able to read, plus do a whole lot of other stuff.”




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