Originally Posted by AlbertaCowboy
It's been discussed many, many times. I have an iphone 4S. One of the best displays ever made I'm told. I get eyestrain. I've played with the settings and colours etc etc etc. I get eyestrain.
I have a Sony PRS-650. No eyestrain. Ever.
There's a difference to me despite what the study suggests.
Did you ever question to think maybe it's the difference between trying to read on a small phone rather than a machine that is around the same size as your typical paperback?
I also think that a great many people are simply in denial that their eyes maybe changing and it might be time to get some glasses. It's always better to blame a piece of technology rather than sucumb to admitting the fact of an aging body.
Originally Posted by teotjunk
I am curious. Would the battery savings on a eink reader justify buying an eink reader ?
Ereaders are coming down in price, but I think it really is dependant on how much in a day you read on the devices. If you can read the same amount of time on both devices without the device dying on you then it really shouldn't matter. Pick whichever one you will find the most useful.