Originally Posted by log
lol, free as in buy books from Amazon and we will store them here for you in our "cloud". How is that different from B&N book store? Maybe they just aren't using marketing buzz-words to mislead people.
I personally like that Nook has potential to store up to 32gb of any content the device, an option you don't have on any Kindle.
I'm talking about the New Personal Archiving
. 5GB of free cloud storage for personal documents, and annotations and last page read backup and synchronization for free with book no purchased from Amazon (but DRM free) or personal documents. So, you have the same wireslessly service with personal documents as you receive with books purchased for Amazon: download everywhere, read everywhere; don't worry about losing any of your books or personal documents as those are all stored centrally on Amazon.
The cloud storage for Amazon content, on the other hand, is unlimited.
By the way, do you know anyone whose has more than 4GB of books on his device? That is an insane amount of books; probably 4.000 books.
All the rookies have issues with the storage capacity before they use their first device. Later, they understand that an ereader is not an Ipad