Are you ready to take your reading to the next level? Want to get rid of all those heavy books that weigh down your shelves and hide in the dark corners of your house? Then it’s about time you got yourself an e-reader to bring your library to the digital age. The new iPad 2 by Apple could be the only thing you ever need to own when it comes to reading. With dozens of e-reading apps to chose from and between 16 and 64 gigabytes of space, the iPad 2 has the ability to hold over 10,000 books on the device itself.
With this kind of storage space and computing power you could easily spend the rest of your life reading and still not finish all the books that you can store on the iPad 2. Because book-publishing companies know the power of the iPad, they have started to publish hundreds of iPad e-books designed specially for the iPad. The cost of an e-book is usually less than a hardcover book, which not only saves paper and ink, but also saves money for the end user. In fact, if you prefer to read classic books you might not spend any money at all because any book in the public domain can be downloaded on an iPad e-reader for free.
Reading Becomes Cheaper than Ever
If this sounds like great news, then the subscriptions to The New York Times, Wall Street Journal and USA Today are all available for an unbelievably low price on the Apple iPad 2. Just imagine how much time you will save in buying books when you can just quickly search for new titles or classics using search functions from the device itself. Overall, the iPad 2 is a device that can empower any reader whether young or old no matter what their reading goals might be.