Anyone know of good E-Readers for Research Papers. When spring coming around soon I want to be reading more outside on the balcony but glare makes that a huge pain

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I just print them.

No notifications, no distractions and the best part is that you can make notes on it with an ordinary pen.

@Breakfastisready I have a bunch printed but I kind of don't want to have to fumble around with the paper copies when it's windy

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