Once you get used to reading on your smartphone, tablet, or e-reader, you may be confused by the fact that your paper books don't shine. For example, when I try to read a paper book in bed before going to bed at night, I sometimes turn off the lights in the room because of the habit of reading on a tablet. If you find that the book doesn't shine after you go to bed, and you feel disappointed when you leave the bed again to turn on the light ...
"Carson Page Glow" is perfect for those who carelessly. It makes it possible to read a paper book even in a dark place like an e-reader (?) With a front light.
The biggest feature of "Carson Page Glow" is that it is a type that is sandwiched between book pages. This allows you to illuminate the entire page, not just part of it like a traditional reading light. Those who are accustomed to front-light e-readers will find it more natural and easier to read.
The brightness of the light can be adjusted in 3 steps. You can select the optimum brightness according to the type of book and the brightness of the surroundings. When reading a book on an airplane, you can take care to reduce the brightness a little so as not to bother other people.
The shape of the main body adopts an ergonomic design, and the structure that supports the light with the thumb. With this shape, even if you read for a long time, you can keep the light without getting too tired.
It measures 18.5x13.7x2.3 cm and weighs 125 grams, making it the perfect size for a US paperback. If it's a Japanese book, it's a little small to read a book, but it's a size that can be used reasonably. But is it too big to read a new book?
Built-in rechargeable battery. Charging can be done via a USB cable. Even if the battery runs out while you are on the plane, you can charge it from your PC, so you can rest assured.
You can purchase it from the US mail order site B & H Foto & Electronics. The site sells for $ 23.49 and shipping to Japan is $ 7.16.