eBook Devices Dying, As Expected

The Demographics of Device Ownership

Some 19% of adults report owning an e-reader – a handheld device such as a Kindle or Nook primarily used for reading e-books. This is a sizable drop from early 2014, when 32% of adults owned this type of device.

Nothing but tumbleweeds around the Nook exhibits at Barnes & Noble. For some time now.

Little different around Kindles at Best Buy and Staples.

People have big-ass phones now. And they read IMs and Facebook and Twitter, not books.

Oh yes, I’ve been peeking over your damn shoulders!

Previously here:

Say Goodbye To eInk Readers This Year
eInk isn’t Dead Yet
The iPad Mini Will Mean The Death of eInk

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