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Old 10-27-2012, 10:17 PM   #55
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Device: Kobo Glo, Kindle DX
I guess the only think I did like about the Paperwhite was that it "felt" a little lighter than the Glow. And the left/right bezel is a little wider, so that made it a bit easier to hold. But only by a TINY amount. The glo is much more "holdable" overall, in other positions....if that makes any sense


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I'm amazed at some of the basic differences between the two, such as how the Kobo Glo has a physical on/off switch for the front-lighting and the PW does not. I use that feature regularly (such as on a bus trip where the amount of ambient light is changing regularly).
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