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  • Does anybody own an e-ink reader? Do you have any recommendations? My budget is $100

  • Feb 14
    mothership

    Does anybody own an e-ink reader? Do you have any recommendations? My budget is $100

    anyone who suggests anything besides the Kindle Paperwhite is a jokester

  • piz

    anyone who suggests anything besides the Kindle Paperwhite is a jokester

    I’ve heard great things about kobo tho

  • Feb 14
    mothership

    I’ve heard great things about kobo tho

    I've owned 3 kindles over the past 15ish years so that's just my personal experience but they make it dumb easy to send non-Amazon books to your kindle wirelessly via email so that's all I use

    I just download my books from a private tracker and send it via email and it appears on my kindle immediately

  • piz

    I've owned 3 kindles over the past 15ish years so that's just my personal experience but they make it dumb easy to send non-Amazon books to your kindle wirelessly via email so that's all I use

    I just download my books from a private tracker and send it via email and it appears on my kindle immediately

    Recommended trackers? I’m just getting into this s*** lol

  • Feb 14
    mothership

    Recommended trackers? I’m just getting into this s*** lol

    MyAnonaMouse and Bibliotik are the two main book trackers and MAM is really easy to get into

  • piz

    MyAnonaMouse and Bibliotik are the two main book trackers and MAM is really easy to get into

    Thank you sir!

  • Feb 14
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    The Paperwhite is great. However just upgraded to an Oasis so waiting for that to arrive. But you can't go wrong with the Paperwhite.

    MyAnonaMouse is definitely the best tracker albeit private, but like piz said - It's easy to get into.

    B-Ok/ZLibrary is also a popular site that isn't private and has pretty much everything you'd want. But I've had some formatting issues in the past when reading on my Kindle, it's rare though.

    You'll want to look into the Calibre software. It allows you to convert any book format and other options (download book covers/metadata). It's really simple to use.

  • Shiro

    The Paperwhite is great. However just upgraded to an Oasis so waiting for that to arrive. But you can't go wrong with the Paperwhite.

    MyAnonaMouse is definitely the best tracker albeit private, but like piz said - It's easy to get into.

    B-Ok/ZLibrary is also a popular site that isn't private and has pretty much everything you'd want. But I've had some formatting issues in the past when reading on my Kindle, it's rare though.

    You'll want to look into the Calibre software. It allows you to convert any book format and other options (download book covers/metadata). It's really simple to use.

    This is very good information, thank you!

  • Kindle paper white is 100% that dude. You can check libgen.is to download free books. Then you can convert the pdf or ePub file into MOBI and download it on your kindle. Sounds harder than it really is and you get get practically any book for free this way

  • piz

    anyone who suggests anything besides the Kindle Paperwhite is a jokester

    Normally I'd agree. I have a Paperwhite from 5 years ago that I love

    But recently the quality has plummeted. Check the new reviews for the latest model of the paperwhite

    I recently wanted to buy an e-reader for my girlfriend so I did a bunch of research and settled on the Kobo Libra H2O. My girlfriend liked it so much I bought another one for my mom

  • I have kindle paperwhite. Admittedly didn't look at many other options or research but it does everything I need. Can't imagine anything better.

  • JayS 🚀

    My boss got this jawn called REMARKABLE that we use for blueprints. It's pretty good.

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