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Old 12-05-2007, 01:03 PM   #8
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6 is still a problem until they make their Connect software for Mac, which I don't see happening. Until then, store purchases appear to be a PC-only affair (or PC-emulation-only).
That's exactly what I was thinking of when I said only part of #6 was addressed. Putting content straight on via USB on a MacPuter is a step up from what the 500 allowed, but only a small one.

The Kindle solution is clearly better in that respect for non-windows users. The Cybook Gen3 gets on quite well with non-windows machines to, as I understand it, but for straight ease of getting content (assuming the content they have is the content you want), wireless delivery is a hard act to follow.
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