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howard at brazee.net
Fri Feb 3 04:14:20 GMT 2017
> On Feb 2, 2017, at 8:53 PM, Ursula <uleubner at yahoo.com> wrote:
>>> For nighttime, the Fire and iPads and anything that can light up works fine. >> It’s in very bright sunlight that the the electronic-ink Kindles work better.
> These days, both the Nook and Kindle eInk models have lights, so they work quite well for reading at night. I find it easier on the eyes than an LED screen at night, as I can adjust the brightness so I can read but not be staring at a bright light in the dark, which hurts my eyes. It just provides a gentle glow to the screen, so it can be read, without really shining bright.
Brightness can be adjusted with iPads as well. It’s in bright sunlight where iPads can be a problem.
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