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Old 12-28-2007, 11:08 AM   #9
HarryT
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Originally Posted by crusader666 View Post
Thanks for providing even more detailed info about the Kindle fonts. It appears that despite its negatives, the Kindle just might be the best eBook device for those who are visually impaired.
Or the CyBook. The CyBook allows you to load any font you wish onto the machine, and view it in any of 12 different sizes.

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Why on earth Sony doesn't take advantage of the entire Reader screen and either bold the fonts and/or make them larger just doesn't make sense to me. Simply put, they are fools.
It is NOT Sony's fault. Sony just sell the books; they don't create them.

One difference between the Sony and the Gen3 (or Kindle) is that on the Sony, the font is specified by the book creator; on the Kindle/Gen3 it's chosen by the reader.
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