[citation][nom]mavanhel[/nom]A Droid owner who doesn't read books apparently.[/citation]
Really? I have a Sony PRS-300 e-reader, so my eyes bleed trying to read my books on a 3-inch screen, thanks. Most normal people prefer to read from reflected light, but I guess you're the special minority that likes to not only read on backlit screens, but small ones as well.
[citation][nom]albertsilver[/nom]"the prolonged reading of text on backlit screens tire the eyes"If you reduce the brightness, it becomes a non-issue. I've been reading ebooks on my PDA (backlit Dell Axim X50v) for years.[/citation]
I can play Counter-strike:source on my tiny laptop, but I'd rather play it on my 23" monitor on my desktop running a Radeon HD 4890.
Just because something is possible, doesn't mean it's preferred.
With stanza and mobipocket on an iPhone, or PDA you can set the text to white, the background to black and read for hours with no strain. The font can be made larger than a books, also reducing strain. I haven't read a paperbook in years.