Download content to e-reader without WIFI?

Given a desktop PC with internet connection (60 mbps download speed) but no WIFI: Can content be added to an e-reader without using any WIFI?

The NOOK e-reader has a micro/USB port used by most for charging. Can content be downloaded from the PC (e-Reader store/website) to the NOOK using that USB port?

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I'd research this with google.
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"Download E-books without Internet"

You can peruse disconnected books without an internet connection from inside the portable application. You may download a boundless number of books to peruse disconnected whenever (downloadable substance might be restricted by the storage room accessible on your gadget). An internet connection is required while downloading books to your gadget

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