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Old 07-02-2010, 06:45 AM   #1
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Which reader has email functionality

I will go on a holiday during a month and don't want to take my notebook with me. Is there a Ebook Reader with Internet browser (for webmail) or email functionality build in? Is there another way of reading my email on an Ebook Reader?

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Any device with a web browser, basically - eg Kindle, nook, Neo/Onyx. You might also consider the iPad which of course has a full mail app, rather than just a web browser.
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THanks Harry. Have all these devices WLAN to connect to the internet?
For the Kindle I had the impression it only worked with Amazon mail. I want to be able to read my normal mail of two different email providers.
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Kindle uses 3G; nook and Neo/Onyx are WiFi. Kindle can connect to any web site these days, not just Amazon.
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