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I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

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Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

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Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

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The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, herpes
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, order
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

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Photos by Todd Lucas

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

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The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, herpes
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, order
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

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Photos by Todd Lucas

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, herpes
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, order
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

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Photos by Todd Lucas

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, herpes
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, order
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

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Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ailment doctor but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, find
hospital but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

 

Photos by Todd Lucas

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

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Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

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Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, herpes
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, order
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

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Photos by Todd Lucas

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, herpes
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, order
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

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Photos by Todd Lucas

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, herpes
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, order
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

nbsp;

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ailment doctor but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, find
hospital but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

 

Photos by Todd Lucas

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

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Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

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The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, herpes
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, order
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

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Photos by Todd Lucas

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, herpes
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, order
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

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Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ailment doctor but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, find
hospital but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

 

Photos by Todd Lucas

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, herpes
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, order
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

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Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ailment doctor but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, find
hospital but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

 

Photos by Todd Lucas

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, troche
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, more about
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, otolaryngologist
the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

 

Photos by Todd Lucas

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, herpes
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, order
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

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Photos by Todd Lucas

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, herpes
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, order
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

nbsp;

Photos by Todd Lucas

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, herpes
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, order
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

nbsp;

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ailment doctor but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, find
hospital but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

 

Photos by Todd Lucas

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, herpes
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, order
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

nbsp;

Photos by Todd Lucas

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, herpes
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, order
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

nbsp;

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ailment doctor but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, find
hospital but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

 

Photos by Todd Lucas

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, herpes
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, order
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

nbsp;

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ailment doctor but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, find
hospital but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

 

Photos by Todd Lucas

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, troche
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, more about
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, otolaryngologist
the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

 

Photos by Todd Lucas

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

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Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

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Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, herpes
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, order
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

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Photos by Todd Lucas

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, herpes
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, order
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

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Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ailment doctor but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, find
hospital but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

 

Photos by Todd Lucas

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, herpes
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, order
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

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Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ailment doctor but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, find
hospital but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

 

Photos by Todd Lucas

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, troche
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, more about
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, otolaryngologist
the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

 

Photos by Todd Lucas

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, herpes
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, order
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

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Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ailment doctor but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, find
hospital but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

 

Photos by Todd Lucas

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, troche
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, more about
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, otolaryngologist
the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

 

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, medicine
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, buy cialis
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, sale
the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

 

Photos by Todd Lucas

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

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Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

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Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, herpes
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, order
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

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Photos by Todd Lucas

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, herpes
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, order
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

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Photos by Todd Lucas

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, herpes
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, order
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

nbsp;

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ailment doctor but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, find
hospital but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

 

Photos by Todd Lucas

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, herpes
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, order
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

nbsp;

Photos by Todd Lucas

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, herpes
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, order
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

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Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ailment doctor but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, find
hospital but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

 

Photos by Todd Lucas

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, herpes
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, order
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

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Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ailment doctor but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, find
hospital but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

 

Photos by Todd Lucas

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, troche
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, more about
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, otolaryngologist
the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

 

Photos by Todd Lucas

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, herpes
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, order
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

nbsp;

Photos by Todd Lucas

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, herpes
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, order
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

nbsp;

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ailment doctor but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, find
hospital but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

 

Photos by Todd Lucas

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, herpes
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, order
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

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Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ailment doctor but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, find
hospital but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

 

Photos by Todd Lucas

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, troche
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, more about
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, otolaryngologist
the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

 

Photos by Todd Lucas

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, herpes
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, order
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

nbsp;

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ailment doctor but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, find
hospital but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

 

Photos by Todd Lucas

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, troche
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, more about
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, otolaryngologist
the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

 

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, medicine
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, buy cialis
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, sale
the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

 

Photos by Todd Lucas

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, herpes
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, order
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

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Photos by Todd Lucas

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, herpes
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, order
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

nbsp;

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ailment doctor but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, find
hospital but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

 

Photos by Todd Lucas

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, herpes
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, order
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

nbsp;

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ailment doctor but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, find
hospital but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

 

Photos by Todd Lucas

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, troche
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, more about
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, otolaryngologist
the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

 

Photos by Todd Lucas

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, herpes
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, order
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

nbsp;

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ailment doctor but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, find
hospital but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

 

Photos by Todd Lucas

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, troche
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, more about
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, otolaryngologist
the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

 

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, medicine
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, buy cialis
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, sale
the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

 

Photos by Todd Lucas

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, cheap but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas
I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room.

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, no rx
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at it, over being just in the shade.

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ampoule
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, ambulance
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, herpes
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, order
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

nbsp;

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has non-glare screen and results in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, ailment doctor but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, find
hospital but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

 

Photos by Todd Lucas

I wanted to see how well the iPad worked in comparison to the Kindle in different lighting situations. To be somewhat fair I tested the Kindle app on the iPad to the Kindle 2 device. You can see the results of my very unscientific test below.

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, troche
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, more about
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, otolaryngologist
the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

 

Photos by Todd Lucas

The first test is a side by side in a well lit room

IMG_3509

Both devices fair well.  I still really like the Kindle screen for long term reading since it has a non-glare screen which can result in less eye strain.

The next test was in a dark room. 

IMG_3508

Without a light the Kindle doesn’t work at all, medicine
but then again neither does a regular book.

The next test was in direct sunlight

IMG_3505

The Kindle is the big winner here, buy cialis
but even though the photo doesn’t show it well, sale
the transflective screen on the iPad is very useable in direct sunlight.  What is interesting is that it worked better with the sun shining right at, over being just in the shade.

 

Photos by Todd Lucas

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