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Old 02-28-2019, 11:33 PM   #8
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Originally Posted by fgdas View Post
Sony's DPT-CP1 10.3" is 5.9mm thin and weight is 240g.
It also happens to be very limited in what it can do...

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If you have a 6-inch ebook reader in a cover it most likely weighs more than the CP1. Thatís seriously impressive considering the large 10.3-inch screen.

However, while the hardware and design are very impressive, the software continues to be a disappointment.

Like the larger RP1, it only supports PDF format and it canít connect to the internet and you have to use an app to transfer files.

Sony recently updated the software on their Digital Paper devices to add a few new features, like page jump, panning while zoomed in, and support for filling in forms, but thereís still no table of contents, no way to go back to previous pages, no dictionary, no cropping, and no boldness settings....

https://blog.the-ebook-reader.com/20...-video-review/
And because it is so light, it mightn't even make a great paper weight.
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