It uses Google DRM so there is a good chance it won't.
I'd suggest contacting the developer first. Point out that whilst Google will happily sell you the app, all such apps fail to pass the DRM check on this and many similar tablets. However, some developers trap DRM error codes caused by devices and perform a secondary licence check . Do Autodesk do this or would it be best avoid buying their software.
If they say yes it will work then you have some documentary evidence to reclaim your money should there be a problem. If the say no, then tell them that is a great pity and you will look elsewhere.
(I can confirm that Sketchbook Mobile works, but that uses different pemissions).
hi i,m looking for a tablet to download pdf files,store them in order of sublectetc and read them as and when(ie when internet is not accessable) i have gone back to study and want to store info and use like e ref. book would this product fit the bill
It's an Android tablet and it does most things most droids do and PDF files are one of the things they do pretty well.
There are both free and paid for versions of PDF apps. You are able to store stuff either using internal memory or on an SD Card. You can store stuff in folders by subject/sub category. Total storage can reasonably be 48GB by adding an extra 32GB SD card for about £20. (say 45 usable). That equates to the equivalent of about 45,000 ebooks or many thousands of PDFs. (OK so you'd never likely store 45000 of anything on a single device).
The only think I'd say is that a 7" screen is quite small. If you have complex PDFs (diagrams etc) then maybe a 10" screen might be better?