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Old 02-05-2013, 02:01 AM   #6
MJ12
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This might help.
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Oh, not these clowns again. They crank the Glo to full brightness in a black room, then whinge about the results of that misuse. Then they don't fully know how to use their ereader, then complain because the Kobo is respecting the fixed display settings of the particular book they're using.
Amusing to note that in this video the reviewer finds that the Kindle has bluer light and less even lighting, and notes a large dark splotch on his, which is the opposite of those guys.

Also agree with meeera on the problems with the first video. They did post a follow-up video where they try to find the "sweet spot" in lighting for both of them, but don't really re-compare any of the things that were affected by having the Glo at such a high light level. One of them also states that the high level on the Glo might be good if you wanted to read in a pitch black room...even though you want to use lower light settings the darker it is, not higher settings.
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