Gear: Asus Eee Note EA-800, eReader Tablets.
PDFs has been a great format, but they are not the optimal for the Asus Eee Note. ePubs are the optimal format.
The Eee Note can read PDF documents. If the PDFs have the proper size then they work very well. But... most PDFs have different sizes. When PDFs are "similar" to the size of paper they might be too big for the Eee Note. You will have to use zoom and panning tools to read them.
- Needs zooming and panning to read - Programming Windows Phone 7 PDF
- Fits the Eee Note very well - Personal shorhand by Godfrey Dewey
Advantages of ePubs vs PDF:
- ePubs resize their content to fit any screen size
- ePubs can have an interactive Tablet of Contents with the Eee Note, PDFs don't.
One Note - Password protected PDFs will NOT work with the Eee Note. You must remove the password before syncing to Eee Note. You will have to find a program to do that.
Converting .PDF to .ePub through programs sometimes messes them up. Not even programs like Calibre ebook management do it perfectly. Calibre cannot convert password protected PDFs either.
You can highlight, underline, and annotate on your Asus Eee Note. I haven't figured out how to export the PDFs with the edits (highlight, underline, and annotations).
I hope this helps answer some of the questions that you might have. If you have questions please add them to the comments.
LifeHacker - Briss Trims PDFs so They Fit Better, Are Easier to Read on Your Ereader