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The Verge:

Amazon Kindle Voyage Review
The humble e-reader is the evolutionary equivalent of a duck-billed platypus: at some point, it fell off the family tree. It’s been plotting its own course ever since, totally comfortable in its weirdness, utterly oblivious to the changes happening everywhere around it. That weirdness — the e-reader’s singular, purpose-suited design — has enabled it to survive the coming of the smartphone. It survived the tablet. If I had to guess, it’ll survive whatever comes next.
So, how do you build a better duck-billed platypus?

Kindle Voyage looks very, very attractive! The only question I have is can it beat the iPad Air?

The Verge:

Amazon Kindle Voyage Review

The humble e-reader is the evolutionary equivalent of a duck-billed platypus: at some point, it fell off the family tree. It’s been plotting its own course ever since, totally comfortable in its weirdness, utterly oblivious to the changes happening everywhere around it. That weirdness — the e-reader’s singular, purpose-suited design — has enabled it to survive the coming of the smartphone. It survived the tablet. If I had to guess, it’ll survive whatever comes next.

So, how do you build a better duck-billed platypus?

Kindle Voyage looks very, very attractive! The only question I have is can it beat the iPad Air?