Like a growing number of attorneys looking for a way to conveniently access books and documents anytime, anywhere, Charles Naylor faced a choice: buying a tablet computer or an e-book reader.

Naylor, a maritime industry personal injury lawyer in San Pedro, Calif., opted for a reader, an Amazon Kindle. He says he doesn’t regret his decision. “I have a laptop and a smartphone, and a tablet just seemed like more technology than I needed,” he says. “My reader acts like a book and feels like a book.” Naylor appreciates his Kindle’s lower cost, smaller size, lighter weight, and extra-long battery life. “It does what I need it to do,” he says.

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