Originally Posted by jocampo
Not a good idea, in my opinion, as you are not reading a true ebook format, but browsing Internet. eink readers are not for that...
But if people start to abuse or hack it somehow, we all will soon end with nothing.
I think there's a misunderstanding here.
I much prefer reading on my Kindle DX than I do on my (wife's
My Kindle DX, however, is blocked - I can't subscribe to a carrier's data program. I can't use my WiFi. I can't even browse through my computer whilst connected using the USB.
So if I had the option of reading online content (and Safari's mobile site is much like Wikipedia - static text and images) on the new Paperwhite (and assuming they provide a Paperwhite with a DX's form factor), I'd switch in an instant.
What does abuse or hacking got to do with it?