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    #1

    Smile have an electronic component to this reading experience

    Hello.
    I can understand the underlined part in the sentences below. I don't understand the reason the writer use the words "electronic component" here.
    Does it just mean "if you want to learn more about~" or something?
    Thank you.


    ----------------from Le Road Trip by Vivian Swift
    How to Use This Book
    -Hold upright, turn one page at a time.
    -Each chapter contains general travel advice, tips, and instructions as well as guidance specifically related to enjoying a meander around France.
    ~~~
    -When you get to the last page, close cover and return to upright position.
    If you simply must have an electronic component to this reading experience, you can look me up at my website:

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    #2

    Re: have an electronic component to this reading experience

    By "electronic component" she is referring to the Internet. (She could also be talking about using an iPad or Kindle or some other e-book, but she specifically mentions her website.)

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    Re: have an electronic component to this reading experience

    She's contrasting the experience of operating a printed book with the electronic version the reader might be more familiar with.
    I am not a teacher.

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