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Old 04-11-2010, 05:52 AM   #23
EowynCarter
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Not to discount your tech skills but is that honestly difficult to navigate using the Pocketbook 360? The previous posters seemed quite fond of it but I see the Opus was mentioned twice as well.
Well, i found navigating with the PB hard at first. It's like apple's stuff, you need some time to get used to it, though it's quite effective once you've figured it out.

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That's probably because many of us believe that the big players DON'T make the best devices. Eg, none of the "big 3" of Amazon, Sony, and B&N have devices with even something so rudimentary as folder support, for goodness sake!
Folder support is someting i though would not really be usefull, though I would just go putting only the few books I was reading. But now i'm used to it, it's a must have for any futur reader.

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HarryT, a good quantity of people who post here are capable of at least basic programming like scripts with GUIs for format changes, or hacking their way into a device to extract files. Then there are the laymen like us which profit from such expertise.

Which means, the average user of Mobileread is tech-savvier than a layman.
Because we can do it, don't means we want to bother with it.
I hate having to uses tags on mp3.. i don't like it more with e-books.
Tags are never the rights ones.

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