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May 30, 2009

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Norcross

I keep running into the fact that I have trouble reading an LCD backlit screen, whether it's the iPod or a laptop. If I anywhere outside, I can't see the words, regardless of size. I can on the Kindle. Also, the battery life is amazing (1-2 weeks between a charge)

I see them as a lot more functional (overall) in places that have good public transportation, where you may gave an hour or more to drive. Having the larger screen built specifically for reading helps.

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