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Old 04-24-2010, 05:37 PM   #1
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Hello,

I know that the Amazon ebookreader is the Kindle.
I also know that amazon delivers its ebooks as azw files (or something like that).
I also know that the sony psr-600 supports almost ALL known document formats.

But, will it also be possible to read this AZW file?
For example, I'm interested to buy/download the Time Magazine from amazon:
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...BJ72D51NVG4FTM

Is this possible to read it with my Sony PSR-600????

Thanks!
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I believe magazines from Amazon are not downloaded like a normal ebook. This is a subscription that is delivered via wireless. If somehow you were able to download the magazine, you would need to remove the DRM then convert it to a format readable by Sony.
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Or try Calibre. See how their (free) version of Time Magazine compares with Amazon's. I once did a comparison of the print edition of Newsweek with Calibre's, and every article and letter to the editor was there.
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