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November 30th, 2012, 03:32
Originally Posted by Arhu View Post
Thanks for the info, I appreciate it. But what about basic ergonomics in regard to actual reading? Which would you rather recommend: very good display with good lighting but touch-only navigation; or a device with slightly (?) less good display with physical page-turn buttons and a more natural feeling grip? Does one even matter in comparison to the other?
I find both the Nook and Kindle very easy to use, with great comfort and since the displays are both 6" E-Ink Pearl that is a non-issue. The touch on the Nook is an infrared boundary around the outside, so it isn't a capacitive layer. Both have buttons, neither are back-lit. Unless you get the Kindle PaperWhite or Nook Glow … and of those I would recommend the Kindle again - testing it out I found it superior in display quality.

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