Some people say that E- books and modern technology will totally replace traditional newspaper and magazines to what extent do you agree or disagree.

In the world where technology is booming
superfast
Suggestion
super fast
, people have different arguments about the possible transformation of traditional newspaper and magazines to the digital version. Some people think that e-books and digital technology will completely replace the
print
Suggestion
printed
versions whereas some people think that the significance of
print
versions will remain intact forever. The growth of smartphones and digital devices
such
as tablets and kindles have made people's life easier not only for other many
reasons but
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reasons, but
also
to read the books, newspapers and magazines. Most of the news outlets and publication houses have started producing digital versions of their
print
products in the name of e-books and e-papers. Some of those the renowned magazines have stopped
print
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printing
versions. Digital editions are prompt. The reader doesn'
t
need to go to a bookstore or newspaper shop to buy e-books and
epapers
writing that provides information (especially information of an official nature)
papers
. Comparatively, it is cheaper than the
print
versions as it doesn'
t
require
paper
to
print
and a
distributer
someone who markets merchandise
distributor
distributors
to sell. Electric versions are light. Those can fit in a digital device and don'
t
occupy space in a backpack during travel.
Likewise
, e-books are eco-friendly as these don'
t
require to cut trees to produce
paper
.
On the other hand
, some people want to touch and feel the
paper
. They like the smell of
paper
and ink.
Print
versions don'
t
need
Internet connection
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an Internet connection
to download or battery power to read. I agree that the e-books and e-papers will be popular and handy in coming days because of the development of technology and gadgets but
print
versions will
also
remain significant in human life.
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