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Old 09-11-2012, 07:49 AM   #109
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Originally Posted by John F View Post
There does appear to be other Pearl 1024x768 screens out: http://ereader-store.de/en/onyx-boox...oft-touch.html. . . . So the one in the Glo is different? Do they have better contrast (without the Glo lite on)? Is it a plastic vs glass difference?
This is an excellent question for SameerH.

Sameer:

Since the iRiver and other e-ink readers have had the same resolution as the new Kobo, what's the difference between their screens and this one? You've mentioned that it's still a Pearl screen, which suggests it isn't the LG model being used by others. Can you discuss whether or not it's a different screen from those of the iRiver Story HD and the Kindle Paperwhite?

Also:

Will it use plastic LG like or glass like the previous generation?
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