Using the Samsung Galaxy tab for studying

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  1. sharene

    sharene Member

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    Is there anyone who is using their Galaxy tablet 2 10.1 P5100 for studying (tertiary studies), if so what is the best format for your textbooks to be in? epub / pdf / etext? Are you experiencing any problems with any of these formats?
     
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    I don't use it for studying per se, but I do read a lot on my Tab and phone. I use calibre to manage and format my collection. I find that a big part of the answer to 'which format' depends on two things- the reader you are using, and the original format.

    I use the Kindle and Aldiko readers, so can easily do a lot of formats although I slightly prefer the EPUB format on Aldiko. I have noticed, however, that if the original doc is in PDF, then it is best to leave it as PDF in most cases, especially if there is a lot of fancy formating, etc. in the original text.
     
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    i use the kindle only for reading.

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