PDF scanned books good with annotation? Can ipad pro and powerpoint replace a laptop for business presentations?
I’m torn between buying the ipad pro biggest screen, waiting on the new ipad pro in september, using my air 2 or saying screw it and not do any.
1. Scanned PDF books worth reading on an ipad pro and using or is it still crap like on the ipad air a couple years ago?
2. Are we at a point where I can hookup my ipad to an appleTV hooked into my projector and use airtime and powerpoint for major professional presentations with lots of videos on it and it run smooth? Or does it still feel clunky and like you’re trying to do a presentation on a device that it wasn’t made for?
I have several medical texts as scanned documents. Several they do not offer as a real PDF version so we take the book to our local UPS store, they cut the binding and scan it for us. So instead of 1,000 page text we have a PDF that we can make searchable in adobe.
This is great for search and find fast BUT now I have a medical imaging text that I need to practice doing imaging at the same time as being side by side with the book and adding notes to the side.
Has anything gotten better at usability with annotation yet? and if so where can I see a video of this? I keep searching and only seeing good annotation in books that are made in ipub.
Is this worth pursuing or don’t bother yet just wasting my time and money on still a frustrating experience?
Also with presentations are we at a point where the ipad pro feels as good as a PC hooked up to a projector yet when you hook it up to airtime on a projector?
Thank you all!!