Thread: Broken DR
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Old 09-06-2009, 06:33 PM   #6
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Device: Sony 500, Bebook, Kindle, Eco reader Drs and soon the Archos 9
Floee, I tend to carry my Ds (in protective cover) in my bag and it has not come to any harm whatsoever. Same with my smaller BeBook (although this has now been swapped for an eco reader). The only times I have seen a broken screen, were my original Iliad which I murdered by placing my rather large, booted foot on the screen (I don't expect any device to survive such maltreatment). My daughter's cybook has suffered two broken screens, one from unknown cause (although I suspect rough treatment by said daughter) and the second time when the device was headbutted by our staffie. I do not believe that these devices are as fragile as some would have us believe. Yes they need to be treated with due care, but claims of spontaneous breaks are a little hard to accept.
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