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Join Date: Nov 2008
Device: Always in flux
Aura One bright light sensor
Picked up an Aura One and really like the experience. So far it's been my favorite reader of all time and I started with a Sony PRS505. It has the feeling of the kindle Dxg large screen only with a consistent light which I've warmed by removing some blueness. Very nice.
For anyone that cares, I've noticed battery improvement by disabling the feature "automatically turn off light in bright sunlight". Ironically, this is listed under the power savings section. Why have a sensor using power to know when you're in the sun to turn off power sipping LEDs?
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