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Old 10-01-2012, 01:44 PM   #22
jswinden
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Originally Posted by spellbanisher View Post
I don't think the iphone comparison is apt. A phone with a 4 inch screen can easily be held in the palm of your hand and operated with your thumb; the same cannot be said for a device with a six inch screen(in other words, unlike the six inch device, you don't hold a phone by the edges).

I agree that the small bezel of the new kindle is not a tragic flaw. However, the fact that the touch kindles in general have poor ergonomics compared to the nook(i don't know about the kobo) should be noted.
I totally disagree...the iPhone darn sure can be held by the bezel if turned landscape. Besides the comparison is about thinness not about bezel width.
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