I have three kindle paperwhites and at least two of them have to go back.
Forget for a moment the shadow represented by the LED lights. I don't mind it. I find that aside from that slight shadow, the screen towards the bottom of the paperwhite is the most white. The top of the screen is less vibrant - perhaps more yellow, and prolonged staring at it while reading with the brightness all the way up can make it appear blue, although that may be an optical trick of the eye since I'm staring at something bright and white.
I realize there is more lighting towards the bottom, so it makes sense the bottom should be the brightest. Is this normal behavior? Does anyone actually have a paperwhite that is just as bright at the very top as the very bottom?
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