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Old 08-13-2006, 06:18 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by Malder1
1) Does white screen of iLiad looks ideally solid or I still can see very small details/borders of e-inc pixels structure, like matrix of LCD pixels?
I'm not sure I understand you. I'm assuming that you are talking about the jagged edges that sometimes appear on bit-mapped fonts.

The text that I see on one of the PDFs I created through OpenOffice looks smooth. Like what I would see in a quality book.

Compare that with a simple text document that I am viewing on my Palm TX and there I see some jagged edged on the curves of the font.

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2) Please can somebody scan screen of iLiad in scanner with 1200 dpi and post fragment of scanned image?
Someone else will have to help. I don't have a scanner that goes that high.

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3) Teoretically sensitive screen should be more dark than in other devices (like Sony Librie), is it true, or iLiad uses ideally clean sensitive glass?
I really have no idea on this one.

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4) Can you confirm that on iLiad (and other e-ink devices) text looks ideally sharp and smooth like printed text on white paper? And text on e-ink display looks smooth/soft and sharper than even on 640x480 PDA (e.g. HP 4700) where text still not enough sharp and not smooth?
Yes. I can confirm that (although my PDA is only 320x480). I used to read all my eBooks through my Palm TX, but now that I have my iLiad, I use that almost exclusively. The iLiad is far clearer - especially in bright light.
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