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Verso - Luz de lectura arqueada recargable para Kindle y Kindle Touch, color blanco

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  • Su poderosa luz LED emite una luz brillante, intensa y uniforme
  • Sus ganchos intercambiables son compatibles con la mayoría de lectores electrónicos
  • Su cuello arqueado permite que encender la luz al subirlo y apagarlo al bajarlo
  • Se recarga a través de un cable USB a micro-USB (incluido)
  • La batería recargable (incluida) proporciona 15 horas de luz con una sola carga

Detalles del producto

  • Dimensiones del producto: 7,6 x 2,5 x 5,1 cm ; 5 g
  • ASIN: B004D39RJU
  • Número de modelo del producto: VR002-020-14
  • Pilas 1 Litio necesaria(s), incluida(s)
  • Valoración media de los clientes: 3.5 de un máximo de 5 estrellas  Ver todas las opiniones (2 opiniones de clientes)
  • Fecha de disponibilidad en Amazon: 30 de diciembre de 2012

Descripción del producto

  • Su poderosa luz LED emite una luz brillante, intensa y uniforme
  • Sus ganchos intercambiables son compatibles con la mayoría de lectores electrónicos
  • Su cuello arqueado permite que encender la luz al subirlo y apagarlo al bajarlo
  • Se recarga a través de un cable USB a micro-USB (incluido)
  • La batería recargable (incluida) proporciona 15 horas de luz con una sola carga

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Por Jose Miguel Rubio en 22 de febrero de 2013
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Es práctico, funcional y muy fácil de transportar. Es justo lo que estaba buscando par mi ebook.
Una compra muy satisfactoria.
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Por Alberto en 8 de febrero de 2013
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El diseño y calidad del producto son bastante buenos.
La autonomía es bastante baja.
El tiempo de carga elevado para la autonomía.
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142 de 144 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
Fantastic for its size! 14 de diciembre de 2010
Por Cheryl D. - Publicado en Amazon.com
I've had several book lights but this one beats them all! Spendy but I thought I'd try it. The thing it, its brighter than all the other popular ones I have tried. I put it up side by side with the most popular bookight that Amazon sells, and this one beats them all, it covers all the way to the bottom of both Kindles I own, the 6" and also the 9" DX. It is super lightweight so it doesnt add to the weight of my readers. It fits very snug, yet is easy to remove. It comes with a USB charger that plugs into my laptop, so I can charge while I'm using my computer. I'm so glad, the battery thing was driving me crazy, and getting expensive replacing those batteries. Falling asleep with it on was costing me money! I highly recommend the Verso Light Wedge, I'm thrilled with it!
90 de 90 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
Finally ! 15 de diciembre de 2010
Por Amazon Customer - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I have been looking for a good kindle light for my 2nd generation Kindle since this summer. I did not want one with batteries. I tried to find the kindle case with the built in light but the ones I found were for the latest kindle. This one has a rechargeable battery through a computer via the usb port. An added bonus is that the kindle usb electrical outlet adapter also works with this light so you can charge it through an electrical outlet too. The light is very small strong LED light that covers the kindle from top to bottom. It is a little pricey but well worth it. I am delighted with it.
113 de 117 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
Great little light and rechargeable! 14 de enero de 2011
Por Ravenant211 - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Update: March, 2011

I just wanted to add some more info after having owned this light for about 3 months now. I have had to downgrade my rating of it and thought the reasons why might be valuable to some here. I am still pleased with how bright this light is, the design, placement, and the weight are all good. What has become negative to me though is the battery setup and the dependability of the light source.

I originally thought that the battery charge time was a side effect of it being a new item. I have several new rechargeable items that require longer charge times the first time. I am sad to say that this takes forever to charge! I don't read for long durations at a time usually but I read almost every night. I find I can get about 1 week of reading out of this light before charge which is fine, but it takes it HOURS to charge, occasionally over 12 hours for some reason. I have often had to unplug the device before it was finished because I began charging it in before leaving for work, only to find that it's not finished charging that night when I am ready to read. It seems to have a roughly 1:1 ratio for charge time and battery life, every hour you want it to run is an hour you will have to charge. This seems very excessive to me. I don't understand how new battery technology works or what they had to do to have a long term light rechargeable battery in this device but I don't own anything else and have not for years that requires such an excessive charge time. It also means that if I forget to charge the device and want to use the light that I can't just partially charge it for 20 minutes or so and get a decent enough battery life to read that night before charging. I have to do this with phones and the like often. I can plug a cell phone in for 20 minutes and get a 1/4 battery life even on my Droid X. I don't expect this to be competitive with a phone but I see no reason why it shouldn't be able to charge fully in 3-4 hours. 10-12 hours is unreasonable and has been causing me issues from time to time with my normal habits.

The other thing is the consistency of the light. It has yet to fail on me and about 80% of the time it works great and is very bright. I have noticed that it will occasionally change brightness level randomly however. I originally thought this was only a side effect when the battery was getting low. I have confirmed on several occasions though that it will do this even after I have just unplugged it with a full charge. It will sometimes flicker between brightness levels 3-4 times before settling on a consistent level. This level is not always it's maximum brightness though. I have never had a problem seeing the screen in a dark room because of this but it makes me nervous that the device may fail and is very distracting. Once the battery level is low the flickering gets worse and will sometimes even sputter in and out at very low battery levels. That is somewhat understandable but I don't like the device always flickering at any charge level. It flickers almost every time I use it at some point. I do not abuse or drop this device and have never strained any part of it. It sets on my night stand and I have the kindle charger right there for it and my Kindle so it never leaves that area. I do read while lying on my side so maybe the device has trouble with the angle? That would be a bit excessive though if it has to be upright to function properly at all times.

Overall I am still happy with the device, more because I don't see anything else that is better. This is compact and has had some thought put into making a nice light for the kindle. I hate goose neck style lights and this is the best of the bunch outside of those to me. I would recommend it with reservations. If you need a light frequently it may put you in a bind with the charge time and the flickering can be very distracting if you are trying to escape into a book, if for no other reason than you start to wonder if your $40.00 book light will be dying on you soon. Because of these things I downgraded my rating on the Verso.

My Original review:
I recently purchased this light and have been very happy with it. Before I was using a small LED push light to read at night while my wife slept. This is much more directed and convenient. I like that it is rechargeable and uses the same mini USB plug size as my Kindle so I can use the same charger to charge both. The initial charge took a long time before it was ready but I have really enjoyed using it.

One slight disappointment for me is that it still uses an arm to light. It's a very minor complaint, but somehow I missed the pictures showing the arm. It appears that is the primary picture now but when I purchased it the primary picture gave the impression that maybe the light just came out of the raised base. I actually liked that idea better than a little arm poking out. It does lock onto the unit when not in use though so that is OK with me. It even has a little servo in the arm and it comes out on it's own which is a neat geek factor!

It's very bright and does dissipate the light well over the 6" Kindle screen I have. It's a yellowish tinted light which is easy to read by and makes the kindle screen look even more like a paper book page at night. The light is steady and doesn't flicker even when moving around or bumping the Kindle. The light fits pretty snug on my Kindle so I can toss an turn as I read without the light feeling like it will fall off. It doesn't even move when I am laying on my side for a long period of time but is still very easy to remove and shift around it I want to reposition it.

The unit feels pretty sturdy for the body piece. The arm is pretty tiny though and the manual warns that you can damage it if you try to force it or over extend it past it's servo controlled range. I could see it taking very little pressure to damage or tear the arm off if you caught it while reading and would advise some caution while its extended to make sure you don't damage it. The good thing is that when you are not reading you push the arm closed onto the base and it's protected and sturdy. Since you have to do this to turn the light off anyway I think it's sturdy enough for it's intended purpose.

Ultimately I gave this 4 stars instead of 5 because of the battery life and the weight. The battery life is very adequate lasting 10 or more hours and it it rechargeable so it's not a significant deal, but I got used to my LED push lights lifespan which uses 2 AAA batteries and lasts for many many hours, well over 40 or 50. With my average reading time per day I will have to charge this every 2-4 days. In itself that isn't too big of a deal, but since I have many rechargeable items around the house (cell phone, laptop, game controllers etc.) they all start to feel like they need their own little maintenance schedule and adding something into the weekly routine is a little disappointing. I would have liked to see double or triple that battery life in the unit, but it is tiny and I know I can't reasonably expect it to perform much better on a rechargeable system thus I consider it only a minor gripe.

The other minor gripe is the weight. It's actually quite light and over all doesn't cause me much of a problem with the way I read. I tend to read in the bed and on my side though with the Kindle supported on the bed itself or on my pillow. The times I have read sitting upright with the unit on my Kindle, it does seem to add enough top weight to the unit to put some strain on my wrists. It's easy enough to adjust or change positions, but if you are someone who likes to read sitting upright and read a lot, I could see it getting annoying after an hour or so. It feels like it's pulling the Kindle back a little bit. I consider it minor though as for my reading style this is almost never a problem and once again, there is only so much they can do with a mounted unit and some small inconveniences are a price of having a light on the reader.

This is a nice unit and much better than the goose-neck style lights I often see. It's pricier than a lot of those units as well but it fits my Kindly perfectly in form and color and functions well. I would recommend it to anyone who needs a light to read their Kindle by. It has another shoe to fit other readers as well but I don't own anything else so can only comment on how it fits with a Kindle.
67 de 68 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
Great Light 26 de diciembre de 2010
Por Bonnie Jean Kirkpatrick - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I thought this item was a *little* overpriced, but it is worth the extra money. It doesn't have much of a glare, it's bright enough to reach the bottom of the page without keeping my significant other awake, and I love that it's rechargeable. It also fits perfectly on my Kindle 3.

The only thing I wish were different about it is that it came with a carrying case or something. It would be nice if it had come in a hard plastic case so that it doesn't get smashed when traveling. I think the price dissuades people from buying it, but in my opinion it's the best light out there for the Kindle.

I've used it, charged it, and used it again without any problems.
16 de 16 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
Comparison between 7(!!) different Kindle (touch) lights... 29 de diciembre de 2011
Por Peas on Earth - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I tend to obsess about finding the perfect solution for things, and this happened also with my search for a light for my new kindle touch, that I absolutely love. I ended up trying 7 different lights, and will post this comparison as a review for all of them. Hopefully others can benefit from my experience...

- Might Bright XtraFlex2: It is, indeed, mighty bright, but more in scope than in intensity. It casts light on a HUGE area, enough to disturb my partner in bed... On the kindle itself, it is only slightly brighter than other lights. Not enough to justify its size in my opinion. Which brings us to its other flaw - it is BIG. The clip is too large to clip straight onto the top of the kindle. I had to clip it diagonally. It seemed to work and be stable that way, but it is a big beast, and would not be convenient for travel, for me. Given that the illumination onto the kindle itself was only slightly brighter than other lights, I didn't think it was a good solution.

- Verso clip-on: Good travel size, very very blue light, not very bright, and it actually POPPED OFF my kindle when I tried to adjust the head of the light to shine in a slightly different direction. And while it's fairly small, it does not fold in any particular way, so it's not very compact.

- Verso Arc: Nice form factor, but I found the bright but somewhat uneven, and worst of all (which is why I returned it), if I held it in bed in a particular angle that I happen to like, the light reflected off the top of the screen in a really annoying way. Also, the light was VERY much on the blue end of the spectrum ("cold").

- Octovo: Also a compact light, but I found it very weak.

- Belkin Clip-On: As *light*, this was the best light of all. It is the only one that was truly "warm" (more like daylight), rather than blue. I loved the *light*. BUT, it is NOT adapted for the kindle touch!!! The adapter they send is for the kindle *keyboard* (as off Dec 2011). It just keeps falling off the kindle touch. With tried it with my partner's keyboard, and it fit perfectly. So watch out for that. Furthermore, it IS bulky. I could live with the bulk because I loved the light itself so much, but if it keeps falling off, that makes it useless. If they ever come out with a version for the touch, I might buy it just to have by the bed, and use another light for travel (see below).

- Kandle (regular): Form factor wise, it is the nicest and most elegant. Fits on the Kindle like a glove, and even fits into my Belkin sleeve for the kindle. Yes, the light on the screen is a bit uneven (weaker at the bottom or on the further side, depending on whether you have it mounted on the side or the top), but not terribly so. BUT it has two major flaws. (1) When you close the lid, the light does not shut down automatically. And once it's shut, you don't notice it's on. Easy to go through a set of batteries per day in this way... And (2), the on/off button is too easily pressed. I pulled it out of my purse to find the light on, when I know I shut it off. So if you'll have it anywhere where it might come in contact with other things, again, watch out for battery issues...

- Kandle Flex: This is the one I ended up with. Again, like the other kandle, fits on the kindle like a glove. It's very compact, easy to adjust the direction of the light without disturbing the base (unlike the mighty bright or the verso clip-on), very compact, small form factor, and decent light. Because the direction of the light is adjustable, it's easy to get relatively even light throughout. The only negative I have is that the light is not quite as warm as a the belkin (but I am not sure it's doable with "watch" batteries), and is a touch weaker than I'd like, again, I think because they use watch batteries. In exchange, you get a very nice, light, compact form factor. So, while not perfect, it is, in my opinion, the clear winner in this lot, and the one I ended up

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