What is the difference between a tablet and kindle? Do all tablets have an e-book reader built-in?
I don't know about all tablets, but you can download the Kindle app for an Android tablet. Using the app is just like using a Kindle reader.
The difference between a reader like Kindle and an tablet is kind of night and day. A Kindle is like an old cell phone. You can make a call and maybe take a blurry little picture. It's made to do one thing (they do other things, but they don't do them very well). A tablet is more like a new smart phone (do they still call them "smart phones," or are they just phones
?). You can make a call, take a picture, make a movie, write a novel, download a million apps, read bukowskiforum.com...almost anything you can do on a computer.
A reader is going to cost less than a tablet, but the prices are getting closer every day.
As for which is better, it depends on how gadgety
someone is. If you just want to read, the Kindle is pretty cool. I'll say though, we have a Kindle and a Nexus tablet, and since we got the tablet I haven't even turned the Kindle on.