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need new ereader - go qgl
Superform
Netherlands
7816 posts
So I have a sony prs-t1 but the battery in it is s***ting itself

so I either need to replace the battery or buy a similar one

looking to be able to upload my epub and mobi collection so nothing that limits files etc

inbuilt light might also be cool
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Spook
Brisbane, Queensland
36538 posts
all sorts of fail.

my kindle ownz (i got a light for fathers day)
08:23pm 20/09/13 Permalink
Tollaz0r!
Brisbane, Queensland
14337 posts
I have Kobo Glo, in built light is total WIN!

Supports epub/mobi/pdf and side loading like a real e-Reader should.

I find the battery lasts for ages still and has a few cool little extras like Chess and a HTML viewer for webpages... it is bizzar and you will never use it twice, but it's still there..

08:44pm 20/09/13 Permalink
Superform
Netherlands
7817 posts
Yeah i was looking at the latest Kobo which I think releases today Kobo Aura which looks good
10:16pm 20/09/13 Permalink
crazymorton
Brisbane, Queensland
4485 posts
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parabol
Brisbane, Queensland
7637 posts
Yep, bought a friend a kobo glo for their birthday. I was actually impressed by it and they love it.

Sticking to physical books myself, however.
10:35pm 20/09/13 Permalink
Viper119
Other International
2191 posts
I've had a Kindle, it's the bomb, defo recommend.

Been thinking about getting the new touch kindle, http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00CTUKFNQ/ref=fs_p

Touch interface, paperwhite screen, built-in light, and all the other Kindle awesomeness.
02:22am 21/09/13 Permalink
funky
Canada
1812 posts
i've got a kindle paperwhite - it is fantastic. i prefer physical books, but the kindle has been pretty brilliant for me
02:25am 21/09/13 Permalink
midunno
Victoria
277 posts
Im still using the kindle with the keyboard. its still great.
Im going to suggest John Birmingham. He wrote world war 2.0.
Alternate time travel back to ww2 history, kinda thing. But he's continued with that story.
Stalins hammer : Rome. its called.
04:03am 21/09/13 Permalink
Superform
Netherlands
7818 posts
can i load my own epub or mobi book on a kindle?
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Spook
Brisbane, Queensland
36541 posts
Sticking to physical books myself, however.

yes, just get calibre and you can do whatever you want

Sticking to physical books myself, however.

im never reading a physical book again;
07:06am 21/09/13 Permalink
crazymorton
Brisbane, Queensland
4486 posts
I've got this one 6" Kindle after i miss packed my old keyboard one on a flight and the screen got damaged.

got this cover with light to go with it.

I've read a few John Birmingham, After America, World War 2.1 Series, interesting concepts and a good read.
09:53am 21/09/13 Permalink
SwissCM
Gold Coast, Queensland
202 posts
can i load my own epub or mobi book on a kindle?

epub and mobi would both work fine if converted using something like Calibre. DRM protected epub files need to be cracked before you do so.
09:59am 21/09/13 Permalink
andrewus
Brisbane, Queensland
2986 posts
I use an iPad mini, easy to load library of epubs etc

+ the advantage if 407362682 billion apps
10:44am 21/09/13 Permalink
copuis
Brisbane, Queensland
4262 posts
I use an iPad mini, easy to load library of epubs etc



nar, an ereader is much better on the eyes long term in lower light,
it can be read in full bright direct sunlight
and the battery lasts ages (i get weeks to months out of a charge, no hours and days)
it weights a s*** load less, so easier on the wrists


about the only thing the ipad does better is porn and movies
10:46am 21/09/13 Permalink
Spook
Brisbane, Queensland
36643 posts
was looking for something else and saw this thread. aldi have a $50 reader atm. looks pretty good!
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one point twenty one
Gold Coast, Queensland
47 posts
epub and mobi would both work fine if converted using something like Calibre
+1 for Calibre, what a great piece of software. And yes, Kindles are really good.
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Dazhel
Gold Coast, Queensland
6323 posts
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