Reading big documents on tiny screens – can Sharp do it?

Reuters: Consumer electronics maker Sharp Corp. said on Tuesday that it and Canadian software developer BitFlash had developed a type of electronic display system for viewing business documents on mobile phones.
Sharp, the world’s largest maker of liquid crystal display (LCD) televisions, said the new technology allows word processing files, spreadsheets and presentations to be displayed on a mobile phone, complete with a zoom function. (full story)

My spin: I can very easily edit Word and other documents on my PDA (Palm m515) and Palm foldable keyboard. In factd, I’m now typing up my next tech guide, “Using Technology as a Tool”. However, viewing these kind of docs on a small mobile screen phone is nuts. Even if you zoom.


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