@strangehope It's expensive but I love ReMarkable as an ereader for PDF's
@bgcarlisle Just googled it. I would love to someday be able to get that but in truth that thing costs more then my RENT, Phone and Power bills COMBINED. Hoping for something $300
@strangehope Yeah I got mine back when it was a kickstarter and it was in that price range
Unfortunately, big e-ink screens are expensive :/
@bgcarlisle Yea, Honestly if it wasn't for the fact the Kindle has god awful PDF support I'd replace my old Kindle [2013 to 2018 RIP] that died after daily useage
@strangehope I have an old cheap Kobo that is perfect for ebooks on the metro
It's substandard for PDF's though because zoom and scroll is slow
@strangehope Possible workaround for some cases:
There are some journals that have "download as epub" as an option
Also far as I know Kobo doesn't have expandable storage as for downloading journals as EPub that would work for the future but I have lots of papers I collected over the years in PDF format that I still sometimes go back to.
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