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Old December 16th, 2010, 03:26 PM
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The capacity of the e-reader is only limited to the size of the storage disk , operating system addressing, and perhaps the memory.

I think a Kindle can hold somewhere around 1500 books.

I'd like to know if the 1500 number is the number of books that are addressable in the directory or just a rough estimate based on the amount of storage.

BTW: Just so everyone knows. I have a Sony and Kindle e-reader. I have a lot of technical material on these but very little in casual reading material.

When a good Windows based tablet computer comes out then I will have one. I want a unit that does both computing and is an e-reader.

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