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Old 10-01-2012, 03:18 PM   #25
jswinden
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Originally Posted by spellbanisher View Post
In the quote you responded to in your first post the "tragic flaw" was explicitly in reference to the small bezel

"But it's also not quite as comfortable to hold one-handed as the Nook Simple Touch, due to the relatively small side bezel."

The reference to its thinness was in a sentence noting the improvements of the paperwhite over the touch

"The Paperwhite is light and small and a definite improvement over the Kindle Touch in ergonomics."

But as you and booklover6 have already observed, the thinness of the bezel cannot be called a tragic flaw since for many people it's not a problem.
You are incorrectly combining the text from the review I quoted and my actual comments. That is a no no. I used the phrase "ridiculously thin and small" to show what I was referring to.
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