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Old 09-29-2009, 01:36 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by skoobwoman View Post
Has anyone had experience with both of these devices? I have the Sony 700, and in addition to hating the glare on it, the reflow on PDFs is not great. With some documents, it cuts lines randomly when you increase the font--like moving all but the first letter of a word to the next line. I'm tempted to sell the 700 and buy the Pocket Pro for $199 but not without getting some feedback about the PDF reflow compared to the Sony. Thanks! Skoobwoman
I have both ebook readers--well, my Sonys are a 500 and a 505--but frankly PDF reflow is bad on all three. I haven't used PDF much on the PPro for just that reason. It seems to be a little bit better but I think that's probably due to the smaller screen, which causes more page breaks so you don't have quite so many places where text is left hanging halfway down the screen.
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