Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Pages side by side on the K1 and K2

Absolutely fascinating: using the same font size, (#4 in this case) there is more text per page on the K2 than on the K1. The lines are the same length on each, but closer together. This was from testing a page on each of them side by side in the same book at the beginning of a chapter. The end result of this is reading faster, which I thought I was, but this explains why—less page turns, and the page turns on the K2 are faster.

1 comment:

  1. Press Alt-Shift-4 on your K2 to get the line spacing to match the K1.