After many years this Kindle [who I never named – missed opportunity there] has gone wonky. I think we overused the poor baby because she can no longer ante up all of her pixels. Whole horizontal rows of pixels have bugged out.
The result is a screen that looks sort of like the handwriting practice writing paper we used in first grade. Do you remember that paper? It had one solid horizontal line all the way across the top of the page. Then a dotted horizontal line below it. Then one solid horizontal line below that. The last two lines were then repeated down the entire page until the bottom.
That’s what this screen resembles.
Now add to this dodgy-looking screen words in any font size— and you have my first grade writing assignments. Complete with words above, below, through & on the lines. Marginally readable.
Cute? Yes. But not all that desirable on an e-reader. Rather annoying to be honest.
And in the meantime until Santa decides what to buy next, I’ll go back to reading good ole paper books with words printed clearly between the lines. As if second grade me had printed them. 😉
[Hello FTC! Just talking about my experience here. Nothing more than noting what happened with this product. No one is paying me, or us, a cent or dollar to say this. No compensation whatsoever here. We good, my friend?]