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Old 01-28-2014, 10:24 AM   #1
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Exclamation any suggestions for a beginner with e-reader?

Hey guys, i've been reading my novels with my phone, but the screen strains my eyes after a while, so i was thinking of buying an e-ink ereader.
But there's a few things that i want to make sure with,

i would like an e-reader that i can read the books that i have downloaded straight from the internet.
this is so that i can read between books that i have bought and books that i have downloaded straight off torrent sites

also it e-readers that are e-ink


theres two e-readers that i'm thinking of, kono mini and kindle wifi 6", since i do have a tight budget on spending my money on an ereader.

hopefully i get some good suggestions and thanks for the help guys!
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Old 01-28-2014, 03:00 PM   #2
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If you have bought books from sites with DRM, then you need a e-reader that supports that type of DRM. You shouldn't download books from torrent sites. They are usually illegal sites, where authors do not get paid for their work.

Any e-reader will let you sideload books, I believe. Sideloading is loading books via a USB cable, usually. Although Amazon has a method to let you email books to your Kindle.
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