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Can you read a Kindle in the dark?

Can you read a Kindle in the dark? I mean without buying a booklight to attach to it. Without the backlight, you can read in sunlight fine, but what about in the dark?

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I cannot read text on my Kindle in the dark.

That is one of the biggest flaw for Kindle, it doesn't have a light to support reading in the dark. Why not just buy a Kandle LED Book Light? It's cheap and you can find it through Amazon.

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