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Old 10-07-2011, 05:24 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by David58117 View Post
No...I've owned all three at the same time, spent considerable time with them, in the same lighting conditions and room - they ARE different. Even in varying lighting conditions the qualities still remain. The nook was greyish, Sony whitest, and the kindle 3 creamish with popping blacks, and that held true in bright direct light as well as indirect light. Its not a negative to anyone....just, there are noticeable differences.
I agree with you entirely. What I'm saying is that these are differences you'll find between individual eInk panels - they are not down to differences in reader brands. If you bought three different Kindles, you'd be as likely to see the same differences between them as you would between a Kindle, a Nook, and a Sony.
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