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Old 11-14-2012, 10:58 AM   #152
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Originally Posted by oj829 View Post
Dumb question, but one I THOUGHT would be handled in this review:

Can you "sideload" actual - books - that have not been infected with Adobe DRM? At that point in the review where I thought he would say something about it, the author points out all the wonderful options for books: Overdrive, B&N DRM, Adobe DRM, a newfangled 3M Library DRM... but I'm not yet seeing that dropping DRM-free books on the HD filesystem will work like it did on the Nook Color.
Sorry, I guess I missed mentioning that while writing up the review. Yes, of course you can sideload DRM free ePub's and I'm not sure why I missed including that info. I don't know of a reader where you can sideload DRM'd books, but not DRM-free. I'll be sure and update the review.
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