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Old 12-23-2012, 07:00 AM   #3
Hui Neng
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Device: Nook Simple Touch - Nook HD+
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Originally Posted by paralleluniverse View Post
I'm considering getting an M92. Can someone describe how easy it is to write using the M92.

In particular I'd like to know if it's smooth and responsive. Is it comfortable for prolonged writing? Are there any annoying quirks with writing?

I believe there's a function to bring up a blank document you can write on. Is this blank document a bunch of blank A4 pages? Or is it one long continuous page that can be extended down for as long as you wish? And is it possible to export as a PDF? Can you insert blank pages into PDFs or only annotate on top of what's on the file?

Lastly, would you suggest the M92 or Icarus eXcel for writing?

Thanks, any help in answering these questions are greatly appreciated.
Go for a Galaxy Note.
Prolonged writing: not really - scribbling is possible.
For writing notes you will have to create a blank PDF on you PC, then transfer it.
M92 is a nice reading device with some annotation/scribbling functionality.
For mainly writing there is the ASUS EA 800 with good functionality but a lousy screen.
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