Originally Posted by tubemonkey
I don't know of any ereaders that support WMA. Most only support MP3. The Kindle has the best audio coverage - MP3, Audible, and text-to-speech.
Why not get an MP3 player that supports MP3, WMA, and Audible? That way you have all bases covered for audiobooks. That's how I listen to them. I use a Sansa Clip+. High quality, yet inexpensive.
Agree. Just to be clear, you need support for protected
WMA (like the Clip+ supports) for most library audiobooks, not just unsecured WMA support.
The Clip+ is a particularly good recommendation, as it's so small. You must ensure that library audiobooks get loaded in the Clip+'s "Audiobooks" folder in order to get the resume function.