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Old 10-09-2003, 10:48 AM   #1
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Question TJ35 & TJ25 Screen Brightness... is it comparable to the T665 at least?

I have read a few reviews on the TJ's now and have not read anything really specific about the screen brightness. Some say it is dim and others seem to infer that it is OK. If you have one or have seen one, can you tell me if it is comparable to the T665 at least. I don't expect or need a TT3 or Zire71 brightness type screen, since I am happy with my T665 screen. Please, help and post your thoughts!
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i had saw the real body of TJ35 in Sony Shop(HK), the screen quality and brightness is same with SJ22. i think the brightness is higher than T665
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i had saw the real body of TJ35 in Sony Shop(HK), the screen quality and brightness is same with SJ22. i think the brightness is higher than T665


That is awesome. This was my only fear in getting this PDA... I guess I am going Palm OS5 soon... whenever the TJ35 is available in stores.
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Brightness of Screen

I had my hands on a TJ25 today and compared it with my T615 along side of it. With the screen brightness on the highest setting, it is barely a match in brightness with the T615 (screen on half brightness). You can see it, and am sure get used to it, but overall I'd say in comparison the screen is not as bright as the T615. However, I suppose they have to conserve energy for the higher processor.

I am unsure now what I will go for. The Tungsten E looks tempting but it is wider in the hand (especially for little hands, like mine!)
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I have to tell you that I looked at the TJ25 today and I am VERY DISAPPOINTED!!! What is Sony thinking about with the terrible little speaker. This is horrible and I will not buy a TJ. Does anyone know if the speaker on the TJ35 is better than the TJ25? This will be the TJ's only hope. I cannot use a PDA whose speaker I cannot hear... what good would my alarms be?

Also, that stylus is terrible. I cannot use that little thing. What are they thinking? Again, Sony, I hope the TG replace that is suppose to compete with the TT3 will be better and hear soon!
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Anyone know of a "brightness fix" for the TJ-25?
One that allows it to go far dimmer than standard?
I just got handed one to try to make useful as an ebook reader and that's the only problem I have with it, it's way too bright at its lowest setting.
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Most TH-55 users cheat the too bright screen by using the shaded cover. I do know for the other Palms there is a brightness fix.

I use my sj-30 with a dimmable light nearby, sometimes that is the only reasonable solution available if no brightness fix is a available.
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