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Old 10-10-2012, 10:14 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by Rizla View Post
The recent Engadget review of the new Kindle was garbage. They didn't seem to be aware of basic facts. All the reviews of the new Kindle seem fantasy now. I would not trust the reviews. Wait till it's out to find out what early adopters think.
Concerning their comment about the screen, IPS is not "new" technology, it has been used on other tablets. I have personal experience with, it,
I had an IPS screen on my Vox (which was not the best otherwise) and it did make an enormous difference in readability compared to my Galaxy Tab which is a much better tablet in all other respects. It is absolutely true that the screen makes it easier to read in bright light or outside in the sun.
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