Thread: Accessories Lighted cover - returning it
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Old 08-27-2010, 06:09 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by clintbradford View Post
Interesting take on the new cover - thanks. Be tween the "bulk" issue and the fact that is drains the K3's battery, I am not sold on this product yet.

For tiny, I use the Barnes & Noble little 2x2032 battery LED light. But the Mighty2 LED lamp that others like - with its 2xAA batteries - goes with me on trips.
Where does the battery drain come in? I mean, I know the light uses the Kindle as a power source but the battery cycle on the Kindle is so immense (my Kindle 2 lasts for 3-4 weeks on one charge) that I find it hard to believe a small light is going to make a tremendous difference. I would be interested in hard facts on that issue first anyway.
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