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Old 09-06-2012, 12:28 PM   #6
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Device: Sony PRS 600
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Originally Posted by l_macd View Post
Any of the latest e-readers will be good for reading in bright sunlight (those with e-ink screens, so not the tablet like e-readers, eg the Kobo Arc, Nook Color, Kindle Fire).

Kobo Touch, Sony PRS-T2, Kindle Touch, Nook Simple Touch (or the non touch screen Kindle 4), or even the older Sony's like the 650 and last years T1, will all be perfect for bright sunlight.

The newest models, the Nook Glow, Kobo Glo and the just about to be announced new Kindle (though I presume since you already own a Sony you'll prefer an epub e-reader) all have the added extra of a front-lit screen that you can turn the light on for reading in low lighting/dark.
Thank you, I'll do a little research. I do like my epubs though. Like to check out a lot of library books. My old rca 1100 has a back light to it, I just wish I could find more books to put on it.
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