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Old January 18 2010, 05:16 AM   #16
Judith Sisko
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Re: What Star Trek novels are ONLY available as e-books?

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How good would it (The Magic of Tribbles) be on an e-ink display, as the OP indicated they had received a Kindle? My guess is that the e-ink wouldn't do the photos justice.
Some of it would depend on your eReader. For instance, the Sony has 8 levels of grayscale; the Kindle and the nook both have 16.

The Sony Reader PRS-900 does have 16 shades.

Some of it would depend on your eReader. For instance, the Sony Pocket Reader (PRS-300) and the Sony Touch Edition (PRS-600) have 8 levels of grayscale; the Kindle, the nook, and the Sony Daily Edition (PRS-900) [which costs $140 more than either the Kindle or nook] all have 16.

(Good grief!)
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