|04-16-2013, 12:02 PM||#1|
Join Date: Dec 2012
Device: Odyssey Sony Nook
Best web browser and ability to include swype keyboard?
I have been hoping for a solid ereader to be made that integrates a web browser with the reading experience. A lot of information can be pulled from the web to augment my understanding of what's in a book.
I was also hoping with current touch interfaces that the ability to take notes
by hand and draw more complex images would become the standard in ereaders. Unfortunately so far only Sony has done it.
So which ereader:
- supports most features of a full fledged browser aside from components that are frivolous and add little to reading and writing like flash.
- offers the ability to resize webpages to read text at my comfort level.
-have functionality to cross reference text I highlight in a book and pull up web related content.
-uses eink or similar display tech that can be used comfortably in sunlight
Since Sony is the only one that offers full fledged note taking out of the box.
Is it possible to download an app into such an ereader so it can at most support drawing or at the very least make use of a swype keyboard?
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