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Old 08-07-2008, 09:07 AM   #13
hansl
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hansl has the entire Project Gutenberg collection on their reader and has corrected every single error in every single bookhansl has the entire Project Gutenberg collection on their reader and has corrected every single error in every single bookhansl has the entire Project Gutenberg collection on their reader and has corrected every single error in every single bookhansl has the entire Project Gutenberg collection on their reader and has corrected every single error in every single bookhansl has the entire Project Gutenberg collection on their reader and has corrected every single error in every single bookhansl has the entire Project Gutenberg collection on their reader and has corrected every single error in every single bookhansl has the entire Project Gutenberg collection on their reader and has corrected every single error in every single bookhansl has the entire Project Gutenberg collection on their reader and has corrected every single error in every single bookhansl has the entire Project Gutenberg collection on their reader and has corrected every single error in every single bookhansl has the entire Project Gutenberg collection on their reader and has corrected every single error in every single bookhansl has the entire Project Gutenberg collection on their reader and has corrected every single error in every single book
 
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Join Date: Jul 2008
Location: Germany
Device: Sony PRS-500 (retired)/T3S, Nokia 5230 (retired), Samsung Galaxy Ace 3
Well, Sony for sure is well aware that they did sell a lot of PRS-500s to outside the US. So I'm totally <add appropriate wording here> off and will never again step into the early adopter trap. The amount of time wasted with the PRS-500 "support" of PDF by far outweighs the fun part. Not to speak of the 10000 pages fairy tale or the undocumented stand-by mode which cannot be turned off. I changed the device in my profile from PRS-500 to NDS lite. For the latter I can reuse caritas' work on PDFs on small devices and I can even phone home with it :-).

Edit: BTW any green soul around here who cares about the extra electronic waste? And don't tell me about recycling. Avoiding garbage is the point.

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