It's time for someone to invent e-readers noise reduction

Recently, sitting next to a top-class restaurant and a terrace, I noted that there was someone beside one of the new Kindle Fire eReaders and were trying to read it, but the loud and quiet upper middle class was just for TV, housewives were not set up. I felt bad because I did not respect everyone else who had a perfect afternoon in the mid-70s, yes, I live in a snow-covered resort town. In any case, it seemed unfortunate that the individual enjoyed his umbrella drink and sandwich, trying to read the electronic book. Okay, maybe here's a solution.

You see, it seems to me that it's time for someone to come up with a noise-canceling eReader. But how can this be done without asking a headset? Well, it's possible and let me explain how I can do it. The first thing I've done is the eReader's audio frequency with a guided, pointed voice that is approx. It is 2 feet from the screen where most people put their eyes on – with the elevator music it is very easy and enjoyable but not descriptive and it is not.

Secondly, there is another strategy I would use. This means that we hear a mutual tone from the "cafe" conversation noise, just the opposite wave function, to eliminate the bulk of the outbreaks of the eReader screen. Let's face it when we come out and use your e-reader, you have the chance to get the lower reading time between all events. day, especially if you are busy and have a lot of places and people to see.

Although you may be an excellent multi-tasker, like me in the new information age, you still have to focus on what you are reading if you ever hope to keep this information. Such an invention or tool would be a godsend for those who seriously thought of reading e-readers. Did I have it myself? Probably yes, and what do I think about something like that?

Well, it may be a feature that can increase the price of $ 20 or more if the cost of development spread across tens of millions of units. In fact, if a small start-up company came up with something like this, with a MIT student, they would probably get a patent and allow Apple, Google, Microsoft, Amazon and other tech giants. I really hope you consider it and think about it.

Source by Lance Winslow

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