Does using Kindle E Reader under bright, hot sun damage the screen?
- dewcoonsLv 71 month agoFavorite Answer
The Kindle works the same in bright light or a dark room. It sends the same signal to the screen regardless of whether it is light or dark where you are reading. So it will function exactly the same in any location.
Now, can leaving a Kindle setting out in bright, hot direct sunlight for a few hours cause damage to it. Yes, it could, like it could cause damage to anything that is left too long in the sun. But that is nor damage from using it in the sunlight.
Good luck reading it in really bright sun light.
- VPLv 71 month ago
No, it does not hurt the screen. Might make it harder to see, though.