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Old 08-13-2006, 06:17 PM   #5
rlauzon
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Originally Posted by Malder1
OK, I would ask, if load a page on iLiad without any text - only white screen. Is this white surface absolutely solid as usual paper? Or you can see slight small borders between eink pixels (like matrix of LCD display if set white picture)?
Solid. Not as bright as usual paper, but it's completely solid. Heck, I can't even see any individual pixels, let alone any border between them.

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Please look here: http://www.eink.com/technology/howitworks.html (photo at left-top part of window). Of course it's microscope like shot. But can you see similar structure from distance at 10 cm. (4") from a screen? Or it's absolutely not visible for eyes?
It's not visible with the unaided eye. Really, the screen looks like a page out of a quality-printed book. Maybe the paper is a little on the gray side, but that's all.
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