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kindle n things

Hi everybody. I am brand new to these ikindle things. I bought my wife a kindle for a middle of the year gift. The first thing she says is;"but I wanted a nook" Is she right about nook being able to access the library and kindle no can do?? This just does not compute for me. HELP

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I own a Nook Color.

And it can do some basic web access at the public library. Sadly there is not enough detail about all this but the Nook Color is a great value.
Bob

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Thanx for the responce Bob. Do you mean the kindle has limited access to the library?

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OK, I own a kindle too.

Since it only has it's cellular access it has no need to access wifi at the library but it's web access is something of a mystery. Very few web pages work with it.

Since I own both I can answer some questions but you'll have to define what this library access is.
Bob

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What I mean by that is; can you download books via the library?:

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Only if the library has a program to do so.

The Kindle is not a library friendly machine. Those other readers that can do other formats are a better choice.

Since I can't see what this library uses I have to keep with the generic.

Check with the library first.
Bob

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