|11-21-2012, 12:50 AM||#1|
Join Date: Nov 2012
How good is M92's web browser?
This is one of the most important issues for me, comes after PDF support of course, when thinking about e-ink readers.
Can I just browse the web FAST and read whatever I want? does it have problems supporting new HTML 5 codes and CSS3 websites?
|11-21-2012, 11:27 AM||#2|
Join Date: Feb 2012
Device: Onyx M92
IMHO it doesn't fit your needs.
The browser is not very fast but that's probably gotta do with the M92 hardware, while it's good enough for reading purposes, it's a bit short on power for the modern web.
It's not completely stable either: some sites work well, others give problems (I haven't tested that many). If the site you want to read works then yes, you can read it fairly well on eink and it's nice.
Also it doesn't support tabs so only one page at a time.
Anyway, between all the problems, if I really want to read a long article on the web I just print it to PDF and read it on the M92. This works much better.
The M92 is a fairly good large ereader, just not a very good device for browsing the net
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