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Old 04-07-2012, 12:52 PM   #20
Prestidigitweeze
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Originally Posted by ProfCrash View Post
You can Zoom on a kindle.
No one was debating that. JSWolf was responding to an incorrect comment stating that Kindles allowed the user to zoom in on graphics but ePub readers did not. I own a few Sony Reader and a Kindle and have played with the T-1 as well. I think I know what JS means by what he said.

We don't have to agree on which kind of reader is better. We need agree only on the things each device is able to do technically.

However, if it were important to me to enjoy navigable images of maps with good resolution, I'd pick up a tablet, not an e-reader with an e-ink screen.

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