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Old 12-28-2012, 07:04 AM   #13
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Why not program a menu to turn on/off the led (and if possible increase/decrease the intensity)?
Because without the light, the screen would look exactly like the screen of any other e-ink reader. A journalist or a blogger might take a photo and ... can you imagine the PR disaster? "Kindle PaperWhite isn't Paper White, but grey like any other reader with an e-in screen"
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