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Old 07-19-2010, 03:55 PM   #5
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Join Date: May 2009
Location: near Heathrow
Device: Kindle 2i, Kindle DX, Kindle 3G
Some pictures

I'm having a fight with the SD card reader on my ancient pc so I have taken a couple of shots with my phone, so sorry they are a bit blurry and they were taken under a direct bright overhead light.

The reflection is mainly from a screen protector that is on there, which is also causing the marks to the top right of the screen, which are bubbles (I am crap with those things). The screen is considerably clearer than it looks in these! Hopefully they are enough for you to see the time at the bottom which is one of the features of PRS.

In answer to a question about PDFs - PDF library books or PDF ebooks reflow very well on the Sony - certainly better than the Kindle (unless you shell out for the DX). I have both, and the Kindle 2 does not reflow so you are stuck with one font size, usually unreadable.

Technical manuals or anything with diagrams are always going to be hard on such a small screen, so with PDFs it is best to stick to text only.

I will miss my very cool case
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