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Old 01-26-2010, 01:17 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by jessie102 View Post
TFT screen without the backlight should decrease eye-strain from normal back-lit LCDs.

Certainly a good thing. But I wonder how viewing angle and contrast compares to e-ink. Personally, I've had several reflective non-back-lit devices in the day and I found the text to be less readable than e-ink devices given identical ambient lighting.

This is one of those conclusions that goes to one's subjective take on it. I have both a jetBook and a number of e-ink devices. I personally perfer e-ink over TFT.

One is not "better" than the other; it's what one perfers.


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