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Old 07-25-2005, 04:08 PM   #2
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Large-screen experience different

Hi, Bob. Believe me, if you're reading a large screen close up, hour after hour, those twin columns can make a BIG difference. At least that's my perception. Try it yourself, and let us know. Happy e-reading!

David Rothman, for

Originally Posted by BobR
JKOnTheRun points to a TeleRead article about reading ebooks on a Tablet PC using a two column format. They are said to describe how to do it with the yBook and Bookshelf ebook readers. Might be useful so some, but I kind of enjoy on a full screen reading in one single page so I'm not sure what I think. The difference, I suppose, is that on a Tablet PC you are probably up closer to the screen, so it would be more like the paper book reading experience. Worth checking out if you read ebooks on a Tablet PC.
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