Do you find size or resolution more important for pdf reading?
#11  Pajamaman 05-12-2020, 05:58 PM
Software. The right software divides the page into panels so the text is magnified and allows the user to navigate intuitively around the page. I find neoreader is the only app that does it.

#12  Solitaire1 05-20-2020, 01:51 PM
I put size over resolution, but I make my own PDFs that are sized specifically for my ebook reader screen. For reading, I prefer to have a typeface size of around 12 to 14 points.

#13  ottischwenk 05-21-2020, 02:07 AM
Quote Solitaire1
I put size over resolution,
For me it depends on the usage.
Eink 7.8 and 10.3 have the same resoluton (1404 x 1872).
When holding in hand, I prefer 7.8 because it weighs less.
When using eg as a piano score I prefer 10.3, because I am further away from it and weight doesn't matter.

#14  ilovejedd 05-26-2020, 02:42 PM
Quote DNSB
Sadly both. You need the resolution but you also need the size unless you really enjoy reading flyspeck 3 sized fonts.
This for me. 10" 150 ppi is fine for the most part (only requires occasional zoom) but legibility is much improved going to 200+ ppi.

I got a $229 iPad 7th gen last holidays (with $50/59? Logitech Crayon) for marking up 8.5" x 11" PDF documents for the office. Works great and even smallprint is nice and legible.

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