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Old 06-23-2008, 06:24 AM   #1
murraypaul
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Hanlin with large number of books?

I currently read ebooks using TealDoc on a Palm T3. I have a large (3000+) collection of ebooks in text and PDB format (easily convertible to text). I'm considering an e-ink ebook reader. I have no interesting in wireless access, PDF support or DRM'd books.

My main concern is how well the interface would support a very large collection of books. With the Palm, I can just organise everything by directory as Genre/Author/Series/Book and this works great.

The Hanlin manual (and a YouTube review I found) seems to suggest the it uses a folder structure, but I can't find much detal. How exactly does the Hanlin file interface work, and could it cope with a very large number of files.

(PS: I'd probably be looking to get the V3R2 from ApolloXXI, if that matters)
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