|10-17-2009, 10:49 AM||#1|
Join Date: Jun 2009
Device: Sony Touch, Kindle DXG
My observation on contrast and glare
So for me, anyway, the Sony ain't perfect, but it's not enough worse than what I am used to in printed media to put me off.
Laura, aka "Dr. Z", veterinary radiologist
|10-17-2009, 04:01 PM||#2|
Join Date: Nov 2008
Location: The Bluest Commonwealth In East America
Device: Kindle PW, Galaxy Player 5 (YP-G70C)
I've never really noticed any lighting-based oddities on my jetBook, until today. I had the car window half open, and the shadow of the glass-air boundary fell across the middle of the screen. The bottom half was faintly green and slightly dimmer. Otherwise, I've always been able to find a reading position with only minor movement that stopped any glare or contrast problems.
nb to pedants: Yes, if you insist on reading with only a single badly placed spotlight, with inadequate room background lighting you can come up with glare and eyestrain. A baker also recently lamented to me the lack of good bagels in his area. I told him his destiny was in his own hands. It took him a minute.
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