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Quote:HiMy S&T print subscription is up for renewal and I'm thinking of switching to digital only.One thing I find surprising is that text rendering of the digital edition on my Windows 8 laptop is so poor. Even if I zoom, the text isn't particularly clear.If I save to PDF and view the PDF, the text is perfectly clear.Has anyone else had issues?Also, I'm thinking of buying a Windows Surface tablet.What options would be available to view S&T on this device?PDF is ok but I'd rather an eReader app.The nxtbook site is a little vague about supported devices and eReaders and I'm not sure if there are further restrictions specific to S&T.Thanks for any guidance.RegardsGavin
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