For technical documentation and in General these formats is better to take Pokey 903/912 is 9 inch.
I have here a pocket 301 is, for art films all satisfied, but to read a PDF on it formatted originally, A4 — things torment.
Page to screen — nifiga not visible. Zooming is awkward and long.
912 pocket including the vast majority of PDF documents perfectly displayed without scaling. What I took for documentation are different.
However, anyway have a 912 there are nuances and they are very important:
1. electronica this size must lie either at home or at work, in a protective and reinforced cover required. Because of its size it is even more fragile than the 6-inch counterparts. Transport to carry dangerous.
2. if you read the pdf/djvu as a normal book, then everything is OK. If the documentation and datasheets, which are anyway often need to ride up and down sections, is not comfortable to eInk in principle.
So I did that when I'm downloading a large Datasheet and read it for the first time, take pocket 912 and thoughtfully study it Chapter by Chapter. It is convenient. But when it comes time to work directly with DataItem — you have to take iPad because elektroniske because of how retarded eInk a lot of time is spent on running the content and bustle between the sections. On devices with LCD it is much faster all.
So think twice before taking eInk book, if it is intended under the described mode of operation.
If not, and you want eInk reader, feel free to take a paperback book — one of the best format support, and usability.