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Old 02-07-2013, 01:48 PM   #7
Bookworm_Girl
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The Sony readers would probably meet your purpose as well. If your books do not have DRM, then you never have to register your reader. There are several options to transfer books. Just insert an SD card, download from the Internet browser from a website or Dropbox, connect by USB and drag and drop onto the device, or use a library management program like calibre. If your books have DRM, then you do need to register with the Sony store. However you can do it wirelessly on the 950, T1 and T2 models. You do not have to have the Sony desktop software on your computer anymore. If you want to buy books from Sony, then you can do it on the reader wirelessly or also via the cart system on their website. You no longer need the Sony software to buy books either.
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