The poll is significantly flawed, in not including ebook-readers.
Ebook-readers, having an e-ink
screen, are nothing like tablets, smartphones or computer screens.
I quite like to read on my e-book reader.
It's nothing like reading on a regular screen.
I still prefer a real paper copy, mind you, so it doesn't really effect my vote.
That said, read a lot more on the e-book reader, as it's so much more convenient.
You've got everything along with you, easily accessible
...but, then again, I read a lot on the computer, because...
well I need to fix and prepare the stuff, before I transfer it to the e-reader. The only things I read on the e-reader is stuff, where I manage to download several/all full volumes (which I'll later have to adjust and re-transfer, fixing stuff like the cover and the precise order of other stuff, that isn't strictly part of any chapter), or stuff that I have already read.
Physical copy is best, but e-book reader is more convenient ...but the computer is more convenient (though not portable), up until I'm able to get the stuff into the e-reader.
P.S. some e-book readers, mine included, do have an option of lighting up the screen. If you light it up high, it might make the experience similar to reading on a tablet.
I have it on very low, when I'm in the dark
...and, of course, completely off, when it isn't dark.
Anyone who has a e-ink screen, with lights on, when it isn't bright, is a moron.
Either your wasting electricity on light that is barely noticeable (sometimes happens to me, accidentally. I'd never do it intentionally
), or you're essentially going against the whole idea of having an e-ink screen, by largely eliminating it's benefits.
You might as well just use a tablet.