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Old 10-25-2010, 11:51 AM   #67
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Device: PocketBooks and Onyxes and anything E-Ink...
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Originally Posted by malo_pomalu View Post
Warranty is not the problem, if reader is really reliable. I've liked this device and recommended it to my friends. Four of them bought PocketBook 301+ too. Two devices got broken screens during several months. I've used my device for 10 months. PocketBook says that reader is very reliable saying nothing about very fragile screen. It is just the trap for customers.
Fragility of the screen pertains not only to PocketBook reader, all these screens for all kindles, sonys and nooks of the world are manufactured on the same two facilities in Asia and have the same fragility as any e-ink screen, because they are made from glass.
I always tell my customers to be very careful with readers not to break screens...
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