Five Tips To Prevent Ipad Eye Strain
Posted 27 February 2010 - 09:21 AM
Don't buy one.
If you want an e-reader, get a real e-reader designed to be easy on the eyes like the Kindle that use e-Ink technology. If you want a portable computer, get a real computer like a Netbook, which will give you more battery life, a real keyboard, and a real OS with more portability(Don't forget flash!).
Or, if you just have to have the latest over priced, under functioning fashion item, like always go with the Apple product.
Posted 27 February 2010 - 10:11 AM
I was going to suggest it as "method No.6" for preventing eye strain ........
"Pitch your tent outside of the Apple store and camp so you can be first in line for the iPad. Live it. Breathe it."
The comment sure confirms my opinion that Jobs Toys are just a drug for the iLemming. Get in line for your next fix, FanBores!
Posted 27 February 2010 - 11:02 AM
Really? Link to any study that proves eInk is any better for your eyes than an LCD display? Any study that shows eInk is clinically proven to be "easier" on the eyes than an LCD display?
Yeah, that's what I figured. Looks like Apple isn't the only company with a reality distortion field-Amazon has their users convinced about the supposed superiority of eInk without any proof whatsoever.
Posted 27 February 2010 - 03:05 PM
We're talking about eye strain yet the knit wits above can't help to throw there own personal chips on their shoulders at us.
Now back to the eye strain thing. There is no connection to staring at computer monitors and permanent eye damage. If been staring at computer screens for over 25 years and I still have perfect vision. Computer screens have become increasingly easier on the eyes.
I have suffered eye strain only on only a handful of occasions - a good nights sleep fixed my tired worn out eyes. in fact it was probably the lack of sleep that contributed to a lot of the eye strain.
Posted 27 February 2010 - 10:35 PM
To answer that question we have to consider cause and effect - a concept far beyond the grasp of FanBores.
If the niche market iLemmings did not make so much noise about their beloved drug, others (i.e. PC users, that is most computer users) would not get so sick of hearing the hype and drivel.
So there is nothing irrational about the majority, so it is a stupid question.
Any irrationality is that displayed by the fanBores, with their hype, speculation and general inability to understand their largely irrelevant position in the larger picture.
Posted 03 March 2010 - 04:41 AM
Never have I seen so much written about something before it even out.
Reality check; Until its out for a while and consumer and pundits like you can play with it long term, no one knows what it will be like, both functionally and as a eye strain device.
This post has been edited by smax013: 03 March 2010 - 04:56 AM
Reason for edit: Removed violations of the Community Standards