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Old 11-25-2011, 02:40 PM   #19
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Originally Posted by LauraPony View Post
An iPad for example. My husband has an iPad and we can be sitting on the same ferry (how we commute to work) with the sun hitting us in the same way, and my screen is completed readable whereas his is not. (I love having this to hold over my iPad-user husband's head.)
I noticed the EXACT same thing with my hubby's iPad! But, the average tablet user just doesn't think (or care) about that! All they seem to care about is: Can I play Angry Birds???
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