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[* icon_note] [http://cl.ly/image/0J0J1q153x3J/meowow.gif|Meow-wow!|new_window=true]
[* black] The last of the Voyage's bonus features live under the display glass. After an off-screen [product|IF145-198-2|iOpener|new_window=true] application, we're ready to pry up through some glue.
[* black] But, thankfully,Thankfully, it's not the terrible tar we sometimes encounter. Combine this mild-mannered adhesive with a thick, tough display glass and a rubbery bezel, and it's a pretty easy pry job.
[* black] The last of the Voyage's bonus features live under the display glass. After an off-screen [product|IF145-198-2|iOpener|new_window=true] application, we're ready to pry up through some glue.
[* black] But, thankfully,Thankfully, it's not the terrible tar we sometimes encounter. Combine this mild-mannered adhesive with a thick, tough display glass and a rubbery bezel, and it's a pretty easy pry job.
[* black] Look at that e-ink screen! Still displaying text like a chicken with its head cut off (and battery removed...)
[* icon_note] This is a pretty great illustration of why e-ink[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electronic_paper|e-paper|new_window=true] works so well in this application. Power is only required to change the image on the screen, not sustain it. Stare at each page as long as you like, Kindle don't care.
[* icon_note] This is a pretty great illustration of why e-ink[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electronic_paper|e-paper|new_window=true] works so well in this application. Power is only required to change the image on the screen, not sustain it. Stare at each page as long as you like, Kindle don't care.