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Old 12-20-2010, 12:57 PM   #15
jswinden
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I had a 900 for quite a while. The screen was pretty hard on my eyes and I would get headaches if I read too long and/or I would have trouble focusing my eyes on the TV afterwards. So I finally got rid of it. I have the 950 now and it is a dream. No eyestrain or headaches. The only downsides compared to the 900 are that the 950 isn't built as well as the 900, and the infrared touch sensor causes the screen to be recessed into the case so far that reading outside in sunlight causes some significant shadows to be cast. But that can be overcome by changing positions. The 950 is definitely my all time favorite eInk reader. I do wish Sony would rethink ePub landscape mode and treat it the same way Amazon does on the Kindles, but the 900 has that issue too.
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