Originally Posted by Dr. Drib
I have a Kindle paperwhite.
I have a Kobo glo.
I have a nook Simple Touch.
Ok - that's out of the way.
What's the sense here (amongst the knowledgeable and the not-so-knowledgeable) about whether or not B&N will 'correct' the quality-control issues that affect the touch glowlight.
However, it may be the technology itself that is flawed, in which case it may need to be completely revamped.
What do you think?
I think it is a quality-control issue.
Some people who handle their Nook carefully have a problem within weeks.
Others still have no problem after months.
If you have a screen problem within weeks, the screen probably was not manufactured correctly.