[NTLK] How bright is a (well-preserved) eMate's backlight?
"Piotrowski Paweł (Newton)"
newton at indigi.co.uk
Sun Apr 9 08:16:54 EDT 2017
> On 7 Apr 2017, at 05:07, Nick Chaiyachakorn <little.green.salad.bowls at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all - first post here:
> I've just bought an eMate off eBay. Being a complete novice to
> Newtoniana, and having grown up never seeing EL backlights before, I'd like
> to ask: how bright is a a well-kept backlight? The green glow on mine
> is barely visible above the LCD grey in a well-lit room. (This dates me as
> very young, but the backlight's brightness is a little jarring to someone
> who's grown up being told that that backlights are for equalising screen
> and room brightness in order to stop yourself squinting.)
You could ask them if it is possible to get version for eMate or do some modification to use this one in eMate.
> Second, has anyone ever tried a NewtonSales white backlight? The website
> claims it's fairly "modern", but I don't know what to expect
> brightness-wise from it.
I know that for this guy form NewtonSales the high quality customer service is not strong side, but I bought from him USB module ones. And I got it. So, I think is worth to try.
BTW, I don’t know any stories connected with NewtonSales. Could someone clarify why people don’t like him?
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