Chris, My issue isn t really the size, but the speed at which it can open a pdf file. If the speed hasn t improved, I would agree that this would not be anMessage 1 of 8 , Feb 12, 2008View SourceChris,My issue isn't really the size, but the speed at which it can open a pdf file. If the speed hasn't improved, I would agree that this would not be an appropriate solution for us.Tony
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of chris@...
Sent: Thursday, January 31, 2008 2:12 AM
Subject: Re: [cybook] Got my Cybook
Quoting Harry <spemin11@yahoo. com>:
>Congratulations! I hold off a bit because of the
> resolution. It is still800X600 and I'm not impressed.
> I thought I should wait for an ebookreader with a
> higher resolution, for example, at least 1024X768.I
> don't know if other people share my view. Can youopinions for pdf document reading
> share your
> experience? That is the major reasonthat many people
> like to buy cybook. Thanks!No device with a 6" screen is going to be good for reading A4/Letter
sized documents. That's the "fault" of the PDF format, not the device;
PDF was never intended to be an eBook format and it makes a truly
awful format for eBooks.
The CyBook is intended to be a fiction reader - it's perfect for that.
Stick with a notebook/tablet PC for PDFs - it's a far better choice.