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Old 05-29-2012, 09:37 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by Begemot View Post
902 looks okay, but without touch and without keyboard, it must not be very supportive of dictionaries and other things which would require entering text. Even my old Jetbook had a way of entering text using numeric keys.

Is there any way of entering text on 902? (Even if it is something convulated ala Onion's Mac Wheel...)

Currently Pocketbook 902 is the cheapest 9 inch reader, since Amazon has run out of refurbished Kindle DXes.
yes of course - a keyboard appears on screen, and you use the keys to move about. I think it is like the one on the 360, for which no more than three clicks are needed for any letter.
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