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Old 01-26-2018, 06:53 PM   #1
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Touch HD 2: Can frontlight be turned off?

It's the first time I'm looking a bit more closely at Pocketbook readers. The features and price of the Touch HD 2 are attractive, but I can't find information on whether the frontlight can be completely turned off. I assume so, but wanted to check here first.
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Every Pocketbook I have had, the frontlights can be turned off. And when it says it's off, it really is off - you don't see the ereader in pitch darkness.
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I'm a bit late in replying, but yes, definitely, the light can be turned on and off -- using the "Notification Panel" on the screen, or one of the two (configurable) physical buttons at the bottom, left and right of the page turning buttons.
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