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Is the 32gb storage of the Limited Edition really worth it over the Aura One?
Also when the hell are color screen ereaders going to become a reality?
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>>63728853
Does the Kobo have a store where you can buy books like the Kindle?
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>>63728873
They do, it's not as good as amazon's of course. Kobos are great for pirated epubs and text files as you don't have to convert to mobi like you do for kindles.
Also does anyone own an Aura one that can tell me what reading manga is like on it?
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What's up ehir/with all the eReaders lately?
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>>63728853
Storage is REALLY not an issue on ereaders. If anyone here actively stores 28 000 books on their device I would truly be interested in hearing about it.

Colour screens are neat but expensive and really only useful for manga and maybe showing the cover of the book. Manga readers don't make up the majority of their userbase and the added cost to see a coloured image of the cover while the device is off is dumb.
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>>63728928
Some people on /g/ likes reading books on eBooks.
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>>63728928
The original ereader fad died years ago so now /g/ thinks ereaders are cool.
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Still have this after nearly 8 years.

Any reason i should upgrade?
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>>63728975
If it works for you it works, I love paperwhites though. I'm on my third.
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>>63730841
Why third? They broke easily?
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>>63730910
Not really, I'm just pretty rough on them. First one I didn't have in it a case and I accidentally crushed the bezel. Second one I was jumped by black people and the screen got squished.
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Ereaders are more expensive than my fucking phone, I can't bring myself to buy a dedicated ereader because of this.

That said, I've been reading PDF formats as I'm a pleb and don't know what's the best epub reader for android that isn't full of ads n shit.
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>>63728853
>paying $300 for a fucking garbage unifunction device like an e-reader
>still slow and buggy as fuck
>components and build quality comparable to $50 no name chink tablets
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>>63730971
It's why I paid 90 bucks for mine If you actually read a reasonable amount it's absolutely worth it.
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>>63730994
e-ink is a meme. if your eyes are so bad you can't stare at a screen then you shouldn't be reading that much either. reading for extended periods is just as bad on your eyes.
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eReader linux distro when
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>>63731030
Thanks for letting me know that I imagined the much better reading experience. I'll go back to reading in a dark closet on my shitty backlit tablet.
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>>63731030
You wut m8?
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>>63728873
>buy books like the Kindle?
>buy
lmao
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>>63731080

eReaders have been Android-based for years if I remember correctly.
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Reminder to convert your books to azw3, not mobi.
azw3 is the newest file format Amazon is using and it's basically epub, mobi is not being used anymore.
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>>63731030
>let me tell you about what I never even used in my life
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>>63728940
>what are comic books
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Hahaha what the fuck is that price. My backlit kobo reader cost me about a 100 Euros.
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>>63731653
pseudobooks for children
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>>63731653
>Yeah, but how well does this device render Donald Duck comics? It's super duper important for me
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>>63731679
That's a symptom of the lack of competition, Amazon only does small readers for some reason.
Also, e-ink can't be backlit, it's a front light.
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>>63731702
kek
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>>63730950
FBReader
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>>63730950
Older backlit Kobos and Kindles are like $60 on ebay. Lower PPI than new models but that doesn't matter unless you're reading chinese comics
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>>63728853
Does it run PDFs? This seems like the first affordable one suited for scanned books/documents
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>>63732003
All ebook readers can read pdf's, but none of them can do it well (like a tablet). If the PDF is about the right size, you'll be okay. If it's just text you can use calibre to convert it to epub. But if it's much larger than A5? Like a text book? Don't bother. Get a tablet.

They do get better with each new iteration, however.
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>>63732063
holy fuck this is still a problem with e-readers? what is this? 2010?
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>>63732117
e-ink is just inherently slow, it's not made for scrolling around
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>>63732130
into the trash you go
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I bought a Paperweight back in 2014, still going quite while. Still a great e-reader, I never ran out of storage but it does have some slight inconsistencies with the lighting. But reading PDFs is quite a cumbersome experience, always convert to mobi or the .azw format. My reader froze once when I tried to highlight a word in a .pdf and had to hard reboot it, very rarely do that.
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>>63730945
>i was jumped by black people
lel what fucking neighborhoods are you visiting?
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>>63731653
unless you're planning to read all of berserk in one sitting it won't be a problem
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>>63730945
>>63732410
the type of person who likes 'e-readers' is the type of person who typically has a target painted on their back. hunched over fuccboi easy target to get jumped/mugged
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>>63728975
I've got one still.. Use my paperwhite mostly but nothing wrong with the old one, they're good.
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>>63731030
please continue to tell us how we feel
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>>63732435
>mugged
>for an e-reader
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>>63732159
just don't read pdf's
use another format
problem solved
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haha books
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>>63732644
or just don't use shit single purpose devices made with crap components. problem solveded
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>>63732628
tashawn thought it was one of them new ipads
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What e-readers are for: reading works of fiction or non-fiction in ebook formats. They're really good at this.

What e-readers are not for: pirating your math textbooks and DnD guidebook PDFs. They're really bad at this.
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>>63732725
>What e-readers are not for:
you forgot to mention the crappy chinese manga 90% of /g/ loves
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>>63732759
I guess that explains why people bitch about storage on these things here when a books are usually <1MB
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>>63732677
but what if you use them for singular purposes?
>stop liking what I don't have a use of!
that's how you sound. fag
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>All these kobo plebs who think their device is up to par with Kindle.
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>>63733092
>wanting to tie yourself to amazon with anything
>ever
i like having to not convert everything to amazon's proprietary bullshit in order to get it on the device at all
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>>63733322
it's easy as fug to convert it senpai
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>>63732410
>it's uncommon to be jumped by blacks unless you seek out a ghetto
What's it like to be a billionaire? I can't imagine anyone else is this sheltered.
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>>63733092
>wanting to use a device where the company can delete all your shit with impunity because of the clause stating they own all ebooks you "buy" from them
shiggy diggy

It's happened before: they deleted a user's entire account (thousands spent on books) for no fucking reason, and ended up snubbing them with the old CS circlejerk of death:
>"You deleted my shit for no reason!"
>CS rep minimum wage pajeet (poo for short): "computer says we deleted your account because you violated 'X'"
>"but I didn't violate 'X'!
>Poo: "computer says we deleted your account because you violated 'X'. Did I provide good customer serbice?"

They only got it reversed because they were fucking some big shot tech blogger that spammed it across the net letting it gain traction.

Can't imagine how many others out there who DIDN'T have an industry connection got screwed over by amazon with no recourse. Funnily enough, they also mass deleted 1984 of kindles too lmao.

Kindle shit. Not even once.

Also, kobo adaptive candle lighting is goat; papershit can't hope to ever compete.
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>>63733437
Amazon's terms of service literally say they won't delete shit, they did get in trouble long ago but that was before they changed the terms.
Also you can just not connect the e-reader to the internet, just transfer files through usb.
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Deciding between the aura one and the paperwhite.

Is the aura one significantly better for scientific papers
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>>63733350
That's not the problem you cuck
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>>63733499
The Aura One is almost thrice the price, might as well buy a tablet.
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>>63733499
>better for scientific papers
Neither. Get a tablet.
Unless your papers are very light on embedded graphics and charts and are published natively on a less than A4 size format originally. Otherwise things can get fucky or frustrating.

Get an ebook reader if you read books by the bucketload. Ordinary books; not textbooks and the like. And if so, the aura one provides the superlative experience. It is not necessary and shouldn't be anyone's first choice unless they don't mind spending, and any e-ink reader will do unless want the comfiest read this medium has to offer. For me the aura one is not portable enough for my liking.
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>>63733350
>having to do extra unnecessary steps
nah
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>>63733614
If you aren't a pleb you will already be using Calibre to organize your library, you can just set it to automatically convert everything to a certain file type.
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>>63733630
i'll be right thanks
you have fun with your extra shit tho
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>>63733587
>>63733515
Ok I'll just get a used Kindle keyboard
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>>63728853
>7.8
hmm that's actually nice.
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>>63733437
>CS circlejerk of death
The thing about Amazon that infuriates the most.
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>>63728940
Akira
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I love my meme-reader!
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R8 my qt kobo
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>>63736038
My only real complaint is that this was the only case I could find for the kobo touch, paid 10 bucks and feel a little ripped off. It's pretty solid though with a magnetic clasp
40 bucks in total for the reader with the case
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>>63728853
Are there any ereaders that display PDF well?
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>>63736820
Only if you want to spend $700+
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>>63736934
Why is that anon?
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>>63737004
You need an A4 sized e-reader for PDFs.
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>>63728975
the resolution is much higher nowadays.

i think you'll notice a visual difference if you upgrade
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>>63731080
https://github.com/lgeek/okreader

though default koreader is already linux based (NOT android)
>>63731618

>>63731641
you should use KOReader
https://github.com/koreader/koreader

>>63732003
i don't know a single ereader that won't read PDFs, however, i recommend trying KOReader over the default software.
And while you're at it, check out KSM (Kobo Start Menu), which acts as a sort of advanced boot menu. it's really neat.
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>>63734128
Explain what this is
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>>63736077
Actually I'm gonna add another complaint, I really wish this thing had buttons for moving pages
It would be really comfy to just bump the button with the hand that I'm holding the device with rather than have to use my other hand but whatever
overall 9/10 thanks for memeing me into buying this /g/
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>buying into e-reader memes
You already have a computer screen you fucktards. Read your Chinese comic books on that.
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>>63733092
I bet you don't even have the newly released Oasis 7". You're probably a subhuman poorfag with a 6" cucklet paperweight.
6" "ereaders" are trash.
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>>63738524
>look at how harshly this character judges for having a one inch larger screen on his gadget
>truly, humanity is a flawed, petty creature
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>>63738524
fits better in my bag and pocket though
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>>63738579
>implying people dont judge eachother based on inches in other aspects of their life
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>>63728873
Kobo e-book store is usually overpriced compared to Kindle. Thankfully, you can load books from Google Play where the price is usually the same or cheaper than the Kindle store.
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>>63737748
They do whatever they please and if you have a problem they bounce you with canned responses.
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>>63738731
>paying money for literal .txt files with drm
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>>63738929
There are certain books that just aren't on Library Genesis or Bibliotik.
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>>63732426
It's more that with a 128gb mSD I can fit everything without ever needing to transfer ever.


Has anyone compared the Aura One to the H20? I'm thinking of just getting the latter since it's the last one with a SD card slot.
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>>63736077
You the guy from that last thread?

My Aura HD finally shipped, though that was after asking for a refund from spinningnoon and then ordering it off a Canadian seller.

There aren't a lot of options if you just search "kobo case" but for me at least, the Aura HD has nearly the exact same dimensions as the Fire HD7. I bought a nice sleeve made for the HD7 to go with it. Pic related.
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Bought a Kobo H2O ver1 for the SD slot and it shipped today. Upgrading over my old Kindle Keyboard gen1. Mainly want to get better ppi for chinese comics. What should I expect? Did I do a good?
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>>63739260
I bought an Aura HD which I believe has the same specs as the H2O except it doesn't have the waterproofing. I've downloaded 10 gigs worth of chinese comics. Mine shipped from Canada yesterday, it should arrive here in LA next week. We'll see anon, we'll see...
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>>63739166
yup
glad you finally sorted it out though anon
I wanted a flippy case and sadly could only find that one on amazon
how much did you end up paying in total?
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>>63733405
thank god i don't live in ameristan.
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>>63738975
They usually show up on flipmoran at some time or other. (when the guy actually shows up online at all that is)
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>>63739166
>a nice sleeve
Sleeves aren't nice. Slipping it in and out and in and out (and in and out) is gonna get old, real fast. Also, it's naked (inout).
Drop it with those greasy, microwave popcorn fingers of yours and it's dead.
Get a flippycase. Ebay should be filled with chinese cheapies that will do well enough.
Sure they'll take the literal slow boat from china but you'll get it (eventually).
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>>63740585
>(inout)
>popcorn fingers
>flippycase
why am I laughing at this fucking post
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>>63728853
is that the actual promo shot for the kobo? black butler?
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>>63740631
Is but a shoop. Real ad has Emergence.
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What's the best ereader with an 8-10" screen and a decently high dpi for reading mongolian fingerpaintings?

I don't need any real features, as I'll just be pirating all of my shit. Just an e-ink screen and maybe a backlight are all that I need. Waterproof, wifi, touchscreen... all that shit is unnecessary.
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>>63732435
>black people act like chimps
>u deserved it whiteboiiiiii
>OOK OOK EEK EEK
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I've been looking at getting an aura second edition but they are only 212dpi. How noticeable is the difference between 212 and 300 dpi /g/??
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>>63740585
I used a sleeve with my old Nexus 7 and I prefer it more than those flippy things. It makes it feel bulky plus I don't have Butterfingers. I just want something to protect it from scratches when I put it in my bag
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>>63739469
$90 for the Aura HD, $10 for a 32 GB microSD for manga, and $11 for the sleeve.
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>>63741652
>Aura HD
>90$
where
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>>63741664
It's new - open box, not brand new. Check eBay. I bought it from a seller in Canada, playtime something. I initially bought from a seller from Niagara Falls for the same price but that fucker never shipped it and I just asked for a refund after a week passed.
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I got an older Kobo, not backlit or anything...

is there anyway to send books to the device remotely via WAN?
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>>63728853
What's the point on these fucking things and why do they cost so much anyway?
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>>63728853
I really want to like this but will it beat ye olde 7" Nexus for reading mango?
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>>63741958
you'll need:
KSM
https://www.mobileread.com/forums/showthread.php?t=266821
KOReader
https://www.mobileread.com/forums/showthread.php?t=216960
PBchess
http://wiki.vlasovsoft.net/doku.php?id=en:eink
after this you can FTP or SSH into the device (SSHFS works too)

Also possible without PBchess, within KOReader, is using an external FTP server to download books from.
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Every single thread there's at least one guy who clearly doesn't even read asking "why do you idiots buy an ereader instead of a multi-purpose device like a tablet?".
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>>63728940
Manga is black and white.
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>>63742261
he did say covers
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>>63742142

thanks m8 that looks the goods. my mum and my gf use ebook readers to read hundreds of pirated books I download..... but its a pain in the fucking dickhole when they want me to add some new books. It would be great if I could ftp in to a device, dump a load of books and be done with it. especially over WAN!

i'll start reading, that shit doesnt replace the normal kobo reader software does it ? because they'll flip out if it changes to some autist boot selection screen etc
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>>63732725
There's usually at least one brainlet complaining that their internet browsing experience is poor on their e-reader.

Surprised I've not spotted him yet.
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>>63742351
you can have it boot to nickel(the default software)
in that case you don't need KOReader.
You do need to start vlasovsofts' pbchess thing manually to start the ftp/ssh server
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>>63742246
But where is the answer?
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>>63741664
there's one on ebay for $65
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I bought a reader few years ago. It was plenty of ads. How is it now?
Is the kindle e-reader good and without ads? Or there is a good one but cheap I don't want to use too much in this.
Also do you guys buy your ebooks?
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>>63740631
>>63740908
It's literally right off their website
No shoops here folks
https://us.kobobooks.com/products/kobo-aura-one-limited-edition
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>>63740585
>>63741582
I got a sturdy chinese "flippycase" for Kindle keyboard and it makes it 50% heavier and three times thicker. So it's more comfortable to just take the kindle out while reading anyway.
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>getting a book reading device to read your garbage chinese comics for children
adquire taste
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>>63741582
Would that actually work if I were to put a balloon through dyson fans?
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>>63744504
It's comfy as fuck reading by lamplight on an eink display in bed.
I'm starting to think the f.lux meme is real, because after about 20 minutes of reading I pass out like a baby.
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>>63731030
>doesn't realize e-ink is kraut space magic and doesn't use any power whatsoever when "displaying" something
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>>63730945
>black robber
>book
How ? Chris Rock confirmed books are cryptonite
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>>63742083
small as shit screen, garbage dpi, can't pinch/zoom with any fluidity, slow ass page transitions, no web scraping manga apps, have to jump through a dozen hoops to convert regular jpg/png/cbz files to some obscure format. what the fuck do you think? e-ink is a meme
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>>63745010
Kobo can read CBZ and CBR, I don't know about the page transitions on the Kobo and it's fast enough on my Kindle.

Also 300 dpi is great, e-ink doesn't have the crappy pixel pattern of LCD, each pixel is a solid mass and it has a very soft look.
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>>63745027
when your piece of shit can't even display regular PDFs properly i can't imagine how hard it would choke on 500mb tank rips that are pretty common nowadays
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>>63745087
It displays PDFs just fine and doesn't take long at all to load large files, what are you talking about?
The screen is only 6" though so I wouldn't recommend a kindle for PDFs.
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>>63745112
>”just fine”
>”doesn’t take long”

Anything less than “flawlessly” and “instantly” is pleb tier garbage
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>>63745148
I'm talking about 500~ms here, but like I said before I wouldn't recommend it for seeing pretty pictures, it's designed for (very) comfortable text reading and anything else is just extra.
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>>63745173
>Waiting half a second for a page to load rather than it loading INSTANTLY

P L E B T I E R
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>>63745219
You are trying too hard, I'd say not being an avid reader that sees the obvious benefits of an e-reader is pleb-tier, go jerk off to your comics.
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>>63745229
UNIPURPOSE PLEB BTFO
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anyone reading comics or manga needs to drink bleach ASAP
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>>63745275
Sour grapes
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>>63745010
I loaded a 600mb cbz of the complete bone in 1 volume on my ancient ass kobo touch using koreader and the whole thing opens in about 45 seconds.
Pages flip with the same speed as any other document.
Why so salty anon?
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>>63728975
No!
New e-readers have shitty touch screens instead of buttons. A few e-readers have buttons just for page forward/back, and it's touted as a major feature.
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>>63745654
>>63745654
>having to wait nearly a minute for a document to load
>hurrrrr it’s not slow

P L E B I S T A N
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>>63742784
You're an illiterate fuck, you don't need an e-reader end of story.
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Why arent there more large format ebook readers?

I havent seen an ebook reader I would buy since the Kindle DXG
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>>63745724
wow you wait once and never have to do so again unless you close the document out
such hassle
much stress
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>>63730950
You can get a brand new e-reader for ~50 eurobucks.
I doubt that this is more expensive then your phone and even if it is no, it is not a large investment, even for a poorfag.
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>>63745902
P L E B M A N I A
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E-readers are /comfy/, even when reading manga, but it could really benefit from a higher resolution screen.
Is paperwhite a good upgrade to the standard kindle?
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Does anyone have recommendations for FOSS alternatives to Fire OS?
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>>63744923
There are wall sockets everywhere and tablets need them less and less anyway.
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>>63745010
small as shit format, printed on literal garbage, can't pinch/zoom at all, have to manually turn pages, no web access, have to jump through a dozen stores to get a regular book in a bulky format, what the fuck do you think? paper books is a meme.
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>>63747017
For the dpi increase and LEDs, absolutely
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>>63745010
small as shit format, printed on literal garbage, can't pinch/zoom at all, have to manually turn pages, no web access, have to jump through a dozen stores to get a regular PDF in a bulky format, what the fuck do you think? paper books is a meme.
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Someone post an Aura One with manga

YouTube videos are shit
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>>63745275
>using the meme "drink bleach" in 2017
LITERALLY retarded. Go back to your Kappa Beta Gamma.
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>>63747633
> no web access
Works without electricity, can't discharge at all.
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>>63745820
With e-ink the cost grows almost exponentially with diagonal and people only buy into the cheapest shit.
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why are they so shit to read pdf format ? it's one of the most use
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>>63747718
also page turns are instantaneous and it doesn't take KEK forty-five (F O R T Y F I V E) seconds to open your book
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>>63747758
because even in the year of our lord and savior 20 fucking 17 even the most expensive e-readers are made with components that are comparable to the cheapest low-end chinese no-name plastic android tablets.
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>>63747758
>>63747780
pdf works fine on kindle paperwhite 3
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>>63747017
>off gray and black
>not white
>small as fuck screen with shit resolution
>slow and unresponsive ui
>"comfy"

P L E B T O P I A
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>>63747791
>"fine"
>as in takes several seconds to a minute to load
>slow and unresponsive
>graphical glitches in display of non-text pdfs

OK
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>>63747815
What? It takes 1 second to load a 50mb file and there are no glitches, the only issue is the small screen.
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>>63747780
they cost like 100€ is it too hard to make one that read fucking pdf, most of my ebboks are pdf especially rare book
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People think that ereaders have crap firmware/software and hardware, because of the screen. That's the level of stupidity we're dealing with.
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>>63747972
>he fell for the kobo meme
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>>63748002
Nope, it's because ereaders were underachievers at first, like those iPed w/MIPS and 128MB RAM, but never became mainstream, so nobody cares if they're better now.
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>>63744504
anime website
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>>63747017
looks like fucking garbage
kys joao
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>>63748165
LITERALLY DID NOTHING WRONG
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>>63747799
>off gray and black
>not white
That's a good thing you fucking monkey
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>>63747758
They work fine with koreader even on my ancient kobo touch.
It even reflows the text so it can look like a regular epub
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>>63740908
>Real ad has Emergence
im not drunk enough for this yet anon
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>>63728975
Backlight, if don't have one. Otherwise no, that one is fine.
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>>63736077
ay
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>>63749387
How?
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>>63749487
cute pope watch
And it's cool that we have the same color/case
>>63749634
Doesn't burn your retinas in the sun and overall makes long periods of reading more pleasant
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>>63749853
its actually the dark blue case, thinking of the Kobo Bookstyle Case (cheap) as my cat shrekked the pleather on this one and the back casing of the cover is broken at one corner
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>>63749936
Is the case fragile or did you beat the shit out of it?
I'd rather not have to buy a new case every month
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>>63749973
read over 524 hours since purchase, so not bad
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>>63749853
Wrong, it's like a white page in bad lighting, makes you lose sight.
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Someone has a e-reader guide?
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>>63728975
i love this thing, use it for university reading and manga. just wish there was a good place to download stuff now that mangatrader is gone
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>>63751983
>he doesn't know
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I like to go to my local Barnes and Nobles. I make a wish list of books I'd like to get. Each book is some $25 hard cover. I then go on the Kindle store and 99% if the time find them for less than $5.
>Inb4 buying books

Yea yea I'm a dirty normie with a Kindle Paperwhite. It's just nuts that I can carry thousands of books around with me for way WAY cheaper than I'd ever get with real books. Although nothing really beats the feeling of a paper book.
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>>63749853
>Doesn't burn your retinas in the sun and overall makes long periods of reading more pleasant

that's darwin at work. your inferior genes resulting in premature blindness and death. just let nature take it's course.




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