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Old 10-13-2010, 09:15 AM   #14
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Originally Posted by GlenBarrington View Post
But on a device with limited space like the 300/350, just how important is folder capability overall? I mean, I could see its need on a device with a memory card slot or much larger memory. Doesn't the memory capacity of the 3xx line pretty much require a load, read, delete strategy? I suspect the collections capability of the 3xx line was considered an equivalent capability for short term organization needs. (don't know - just speculating)
The 350 has 2 GB of in-built memory, which is enough to store hundreds, if not thousands, of books. The 650 has the same amount of in-built memory, plus two memory card slots, and is still limited to organising books by collections, exactly in the same way as the 350. So I don't think any perceived "limited" memory capacity of the devices is the reason for the lack of hierarchical folder support.
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