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Old 09-26-2011, 02:31 AM   #1
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I am looking for a durable eReader. One that I can use at least more than a year.

I am looking for a durable eReader.
One that I can use at least more than a year.

This are the four eReader I am trying to choose:

Iriver story
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Hanlin
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Need a durable screen and battery. I need an eReader that still “survive” after a year, and won’t die within a year or even half a year. It will be nice if I use it for two years.

(I choose them because they read non-latin language). So if you want to suggest me other eReader, please suggest one that can read non-latin language. Thank you.

Yes, I know kindle now can read non-latin too, BUT, you have to send ebook file to "name"@free.kindle.com to get converted. Notice you have to send the file ONE by ONE, so if you have hundreds of ebooks....um......
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You can add the Pocketbook and Bebook/Onyx devices to your list. Both have batteries that you can replace yourself, and both read non-latin languages.

One of the most important things to do to enjoy a reader for a year or much longer is to use it within a cover.
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