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Old 06-07-2011, 10:17 PM   #2
Jack Tingle
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Originally Posted by shyswimmer View Post
Hi fellow mobile readers, I thought a kindle would simply solve my answer until I read reviews on other readers out there that was more overwhelming as I dig deeper. What mobile readers would fit based off of my needs?


- sort ebooks by folders and subfolders
- little to no glare
- 5"- 6"
- sd/micro sd card support
- eink pearl, tft or lcd
- bookmarking
- audio mp3 for audio books (its ok if it doesn't support it)

- don't need wifi, touch screen, other languages, dictionary (bells and whistles if included)
- brand name doesn't matter
Well, the first one severely limits your choices. Neither K3 nor Sony do that. A Nook Color will (mostly), but you want a 5-6" screen, so no go. K3 is also out because of your desire for a memory card. An original jetBook might fit, but they're not very common, and getting a bit of age.

There may not be a solution among common manufacturers. You should be looking in the crevices and corners of the ereader market.

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