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Old 03-12-2007, 06:43 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by dhbailey
Is it possible to move a title from a memory card into the Reader's internal memory, on the reader itself? Or do I need to do it all while connected to a computer?
No. All you can do is, using the Connect software on a PC, delete the file from the memory card and then reload it into main memory (or vice versa, of course). No way to move or delete from from the Reader itself.

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Related question: Which is better/faster -- reading a book from the internal memory or from the memory card, or doesn't it matter?
Speed-wise, there's no difference. Putting books in main memory gives you better battery life, and given the fact that books in main memory are compressed (those on a memory card aren't), you can store a LOT of books (100+ normal sized novels) in main memory.
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