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Old 09-16-2011, 06:00 AM   #1
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What type of screen is better to your eyes besides e-ink?

What type of screen is better to your eyes besides e-ink?

I used to have an ereader (now broken) and the screen is e-ink. I must say, I like it way more than reading on a computer screen (LCD?) I think the difference is e-ink is not "light bright".

But aside from e-ink, is there other types of screen that is also less tire for your eyes? What types of screen that is not "light bright"? And which e-reader has screen that is not "light bright".

I don't want to increase my near sight.

ADIT / EDIT:
What I mean by "light bright" screen is any types of screen that gives out light, that shines.

So non-bright screen would be screen like: e-ink, 1st generation of game boy, a mini translator machines and high school scientific calculator.

Similar to what Jeremy said, my eyes get tire and headache. Therefore, sometimes I rather read long articles or essay in my (pass-away) ereader, coz the screen is not bright.

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