2 questions about reading:
1) How do you read the majority of your documents? I'm considering to buy an e-reader so that I'm not stuck to reading lengthy PDF documents on my laptop.

2) Do you have experience with an e-reader? If so, which one do you recommend? I'm willing to spend a bit more than average to have a better experience because I read a lot.

Thanks in advance!

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@Erik I know people that own a Kindle or some other reader. I tried to read books on an ipad but I simply do not like it. Yeah, dead trees suck but books do not.

@Erik I use an #onyx note 2 which is perfect for me.

I had 3 reqs:
1. read full page a4 pdf
2. take notes with pen, both as note and attached to books/pdf
3. android

as @mrb says
@Erik Onyx seems to be a good fit for your needs (pdf reading).

@drupas is quite satisfied too ๐Ÿ‘Œ ๐Ÿ˜‰

@Erik I have a kindle.

Extremely dissapointed in the pdf reading experience on it, but ebooks (epub, mobi, etc) are more than decent.

Basically I use it almost exclusively for reading books. For anything else I tend to prefer web browsers.

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