Originally Posted by papierflieger
A bright setting in daylight will help with eliminating screen glare. This actually works in the same way that it does on a cellphone or any type of screen, really.
I thought that the idea of eInk screens was to eliminate this problem of sun glare. Therefore I'm wondering why the PPW screen seems to work differently to that of my Kindle DX.
Anyway, I've only had it a week and still getting used to it and haven't really had the chance to test it under varying lighting conditions.