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Old 12-18-2007, 01:44 AM   #6
Alisa
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Device: Paperwhite, Kindle 3 (retired), Skindle 1.2 (retired)
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Originally Posted by delphidb96 View Post
Well, clearly you want to be able to buy and download the widest range of ebooks available through online purchase (that knocks both Sony and Hanlin out of the running) without having to deal with the mess of not having Whispernet available (that knocks the Kindle out of competition) or spending too much (oops, there goes the iRex iLiad from the race) which pretty much leaves the Bookeen Cybook Gen3. You will, of course, want to order it through Not Another E-Book ( http://www.naebllc.com/ ) as our store goes online this week. Then you want to get your legally-purchased Secure Mobipocket ebooks from Fictionwise or Mobipocket.

Have a GREAT DAY above the Arctic Circle!

Derek
Yes. I suppose he could also look at the iLiad but I think the Cybook is more ergonomic for those lacking opposable thumbs. That Wacom pen might be a bit tricky otherwise.
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