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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 599851 25-Mar-2012 20:44
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Hi there,
I took the plunge and got the Sony. Very nice as well.
Now where do I get ebooks at a reasonable price from? (I don't want to read 100 year old books much either!)
Cheers

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  Reply # 599876 25-Mar-2012 21:11
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You can purchase books from Whitfield. Go to their website and have a look.
There are some overseas sites that will sell books to NZ
Always choose books in epub format if you can.
Also most public libraries in New Zealand at lending digital books in the format you wa.
Log onto you local library and check them out.
Note you will need to within up to Adobe digital editions if you have not already done .
This its needed to be a blue to read purchased books.
I would also recommend downloading Calibre
Which its good for handling books and will load them into the So.
It is free.
Also you can always obtain books from other sources depending on your contac
Any problems drop a note




Woodgnome: Hi there,
I took the plunge and got the Sony. Very nice as well.
Now where do I get ebooks at a reasonable price from? (I don't want to read 100 year old books much either!)
Cheers




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Wannabe Geek


Reply # 599882 25-Mar-2012 21:24
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Thanks, I have managed to get a couple of books downloaded onto it from the library.
All good so far but am interested in getting some more. I'm wary of what might be dodgy sites though!
Cheers

PK

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