Apple’s iPad tablet computer and “e-readers” like Amazon’s Kindle and Barnes and Noble’s Nook have gained huge popularity with the tech-hungry public over the past few years, but it appears Pennsylvania law firms are not totally sold on the devices as professional tools.

Almost no one The Legal Intelligencer spoke to said they had considered replacing traditional laptops with the iPad, and most agreed the devices are geared more toward entertainment than anything else.

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