Reading on tablets: Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 NOOK, Kindle Fire HDX, iPad mini – or e-ink reader?
I am reading an article about the new Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 Nook and how it is co-branded with Barnes & Noble and declared to be a good reading device. The article also compares it to the Kindle Fire HDX.
They both sound like good reading devices. Please read the above mentioned article to find out more. I am now wondering about one thing: Hasn’t the original Kindle with its e-ink screen been invented because reading on light and shiny displays was not good for the eyes? Of course, we are consuming news, messages, emails etc. on our phones all the time and are constantly starring on the light screen. But isn’t it especially great to take a break from that display and look at paper or the above mentioned Kindle screen to have our eyes calm down a bit?
Do you know the feeling of sitting in front of a PC all day long and then when you get up and look around it seems like the world is a little bit blurry and your eyes hurt?
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