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Old 04-19-2012, 10:41 AM   #10
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Understood. This seems reasonable and not a hard task. So, normally, it will last 2 months as in the advertisement? (of course with non-faulty nook). As you said, it is "expected 2-4%" per day. Is it really? I know that the e-ink technology uses power only when the screen refreshes itself, so when the nook is in stand-by, why does it drains off ?

I recently sold my K3 and it didn't have this issue. The battery lasted always more than a month.
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