Originally Posted by azumaruchi
I've heard that someone could browse wikipedia with kobo wifi.
Not quite the answer. The very hardware is not intended for mundane
browsing, to my humble opinion. Refresh rate is low, the screen black
and white. I'm not sure if device uses numeric ip address to find the
server or it has place to put dns servers to configuration. Further, what
html protocol version the browser supports?
Since html is text at heart, one might use perl or python or <insert> to
get desired page (or fetch or wget). I'm positive you would not be happy
with the end result of the web on ebook reader.
What is for sure, browser plus wifi plus dns makes opportunity to see
whatever you like.