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Old 09-14-2012, 02:51 PM   #65
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Originally Posted by Namekuseijin View Post
you noticed you didn't really answer?

Given e-readers dead and given the choice of reading on a LCD tablet or on a LCD netbook, you'd be reading on a netbook?! That frankly makes no sense.
Fair enough. I just don't care for tablets, but I like my netbook? Can't offer an explanation really, just I prefer what I prefer.

My netbook has a matte screen and I have seen people on the bus struggle or squint when a burst of sun glare hits their tablet's screen.... I've watched entire videos on my netbook on the bus with no problems.

And, also, keyboard vs touch screen. I so far haven't found many problems with my netbook.

Edited to add: The closest thing to a tablet I've used is a HipStreet e-reader (I bought it for my daughter and test drove it for her) which also takes videos. I tested a few videos riding on the bus, as well as a few epubs, and it was not as good an experience in reading as my netbook's screen.

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