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Old 09-11-2009, 10:27 PM   #20
Kris777
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Join Date: Oct 2008
Device: Nexus 7, jetBook-Lite, jetBook mini, Toshiba Thrive, JETBOOK COLOR
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Originally Posted by doug38 View Post
Well, I like many things about the jetbook, but if I can't avoid the glare and the headaches, I'll definitely return it. However, basically I'd like to read comments from others about how they avoid the problem so I can use it and live with it without those problems. Yesterday I stumbled across a 'thread' that discussed this, but frankly I feel lost in this forum and only returned to this comment because I'd checked the box for email notification. But I'll keep trying to find things in it on my topic. (Even within the so-called "jetBook forum" there seem to be ever-changing categories and threads, so I find it hard to return to one I've just looked at.)
I purchased my jetBook more than one year ago and I don't have any headaches during or after reading. jetBook screen looks fine for me in airplane whith limited light (after 4-5 hours of nonstop reading) and on the beach under sun umbrella. I don't have e-ink screen ereaders but several people on this forum compared Sony 505 and Kindle with jetBook and they agreed than jetBook screen is better.
just example:
http://www.mobileread.com/forums/sho...9&postcount=98
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