|05-04-2010, 05:41 PM||#1|
Join Date: Dec 2009
Device: K3 KDXG
Need good PDF viewing and library capability
I have a Kindle, but have a few issues with it. I am looking to get a second reader to compliment the Kindle.
I have a lot of books in pdf format. Some of them convert fine using calibre, but others don't. The inability of the Kindle to change font size on a pdf file means that most of the books are unreadable on it. I want something that handles pdf files better.
I also want to be able to check out books from my local library, which I can't do on the Kindle.
Is the sony my best bet? I know it can do both of these things (my dad has one I've been able to play with). I don't know enough about the choices to make an informed decision.
Thanks very much for any input.
|05-05-2010, 03:02 AM||#2|
Join Date: Nov 2006
Device: Kindle Voyage, iPad Pro, iPad Air 2, iPhone 6
The Sony has rather poor PDF capability; specifically, it "forgets" the zoom level every time you turn the page, and you have to reset it, which is extremely inconvenient.
I'd suggest looking at the BeBook Neo / Onyx Boox 60 (they are the same machine). It has perhaps the best PDF handling of any 6" reader, and, being ADE-based, works just fine with library books too.
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