Sjekk innlegget mitt HER.
Test/omtale av Kindle Paperwhite ligger HER.
Nedenforstående utfordringer med Kindle Paperwhite er nå fikset, så dette innlegget er utdatert. Heldigvis :o)
Jeg har funnet svært interessant informasjon om de første Kindle Paperwhite som er blitt produsert. Det jeg nå vet gjør at jeg ikke kommer til å være en av de første som kjøper denne versjonen av Kindle. Jeg refererer følgende fra "A Kindle World Blog"...
"Amazon adds a "We want you to know" section to the Kindle Paperwhite product page
I earlier called attention (Oct. 5) in an Update about the first Kindle Paperwrite reports and reviews, to a situation developing in which some owners were concerned about the bottom 1/2-inch of the device, which, in darkened rooms especially, often shows some uneven light where the LEDs begin sending light to the rest of the screen and, at the start, the light isn't yet evenly diffused.
I described this and linked to a Youtube video that shows the same device in daylight indoors and in a room completely darkened.
Also, some units have arrived with what seem to be discolorations, usually in dark rooms, although with many of these, the colors aren't being seen after a few days of exposure to the air. In a very few cases, they've remained visible in all lighting situations and, if so, those should be returned to Amazon for replacement -- Amazon has been replacing these with no trouble, sending out replacements the same day.
The latter indicates a possible bad batch though, and the reported problematical ones are being sent to engineers to check out, per some customer rep responses to forum members. In the Kindle forums, some are upset by the normal bottom 1/2-inch unevenness and this is partly because Amazon's product illustrations tend to show the ideal display, as marketing materials will -- so for those buyers, it seemed a flaw.
In my early Notes for buyers, I drew attention on Sept. 8, in points 3 and 5 and in the "Things Buyers should Know" section, to the lack of audio capability in the Paperwhite and the lower storage capacity of 2GB vs the 4GB of the previous e-Ink Kindles (Aug 2010 and after). That was to prevent prospective buyers from purchasing without realizing these things. I also gave a couple of theories beyond what Amazon explains as of yesterday.
Yesterday Amazon added its "We want you to know" section on the Paperwhite product page."
Det lønner seg altså enten a) å sjekke Kindle Paperwhite nøye for dette problemet før man kjøper (mao. netthandel kan være littegranne spooky akkurat nå) - Eller b) vente litt og se om nyere batcher viser seg å ha løst problemet. Barnesykdommer er ikke uvanlig, jeg vil bare ikke ha noen av dem selv. You are hereby warned ;o)
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