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Old 11-10-2007, 05:13 PM   #2
delphidb96
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Originally Posted by laowai View Post
Hello there,

I am new to this world and went through all the great stuff already on mobilread.
I think I will go and buy a Cybook (also their price scheme upsets me and I might find a way to get it when in the US) but I wanted your advice on some few questions unsolved to me so far:

1. Where is the best place to buy Korean eBook and what is the most common format there

2. Seems most current publication are in Mobipocket format. Should I make my choice based on the format proposed by the reader or can we accomodate easily other format ongoing ?

3. Seems all language are readable but hwo can I confirm it works for Korean, English and French

Thanks for your help
Well... There's always the Soribook... But I don't know if it will ever support Mobipocket. And it's only people living in EU countries which must pay Euro prices. We'll (NAEB - http://www.naebllc.com/ ) gladly sell you one at US prices.

Derek
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