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Old 08-01-2008, 01:30 PM   #47
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An elegant book-light

Iím not a very good photographer, but these pictures give you a general idea how it does in the dark. The photos on the box it came in show the book light in low light, not in the dark, and the screen on my 505 isnít as bright as the picture on the box even with the light set to the highest intensity. It does make the 505 much easier to read than any book light Iíve found. In fact, it makes the PRS505 much easier to read in the dark than any pBook/book-light combination Iíve ever found.

It's actually easier to read in the dark than my attached picture suggests.

Many thanks to DaleDE for leading the charge for lighted screens.
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