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Old 09-08-2012, 09:02 PM   #29
SteveEisenberg
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Once they are a few years old, don't most eInk devices wind up with rather similar contrast?

Maybe someone with both an original Kindle, and a Kindle Keyboard purchased in 2010, could comment and either confirm or say I'm all wet.

Now, the more light, the higher the contrast. I presume this is why Amazon is hoping to get away with calling the new generation Paperwhite.
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