Thread: Touch Nook issues with PDF
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Old 06-18-2011, 12:28 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by EldRick View Post
Bottom line is that none of these e-readers do PDF worth a darn, and that includes K3.
The best PDF reader I've tried is the iPad using GoodReader app.

But for being just an eink reader, Kindle 3 and Kindle DXG do a decent job, better than the Nook classic and Nook Touch. The landscape mode and the zoom, helps a lot, both features absent from Nook.

The Sony has better PDF capabilities than Kindle 3 but again, 6 inches is too small in my opinion for a PDF, that's why I still prefer an iPad for that, plus is lots of times faster turning pages and jumping among chapters.

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