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Old 01-03-2012, 12:00 PM   #11
Ken Maltby
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Originally Posted by PF4Mobile View Post
what is it available on the market for PDF reading and annotating?

the screen technology is explained here

http://wiki.mobileread.com/wiki/E_Ink_Triton
You might try googling: "Windows CE 6.0 apps PDF" and "Win Mobile apps"
to find some, as well as other info on the OS. I would expect that a PDF
viewer would be included in the initial apps and with the devices annotating
functions already in place for the academic version, I would expect that as
well.

I would hope that they make it so that the existing apps/cab files can be
installed. If not, I would expect that to be one of the first hacks.

Luck;
Ken

The "Foxit" reader has a free version for Win CE that includes annotations.

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