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epub / ebook reader 

Building up a new reading list so I'm sorting through paperback purchases, epubs and PDFs that I'll slowly acquire: the non proprietary ebook reader question comes up again.

Has anybody had any success with devices such as BQ cervantes (supposed to run on published software?) or The Open Book (github.com/joeycastillo/the-op)? Are there others out there that I'm unaware of? Ideally, I'd like to manage my lib with Calibre, ok with it being a bit more manual. E-ink is a must.

Ideas / thoughts ? Thanks!

epub / ebook reader 

@colm remarkable? Pricy, but I'm hearing good things about it.

epub / ebook reader 

@jboy woah, didn't even know these stylus based ones existed. They look cool, but I'm automatically weary about the multitasking that these are trying to provide. I get what they're doing but I don't think it's for me.

I'd really only be looking for screen, simple nav buttons and file management.

Annotations sync with Calibre would be a huge bonus, but not essential.

epub / ebook reader 

@colm yeah, I understand not wanting a full-fledged computing device for those purposes.

I'm pretty sure Calibre offers to sync reading position to my Kobo Touch, not sure about annotations though. (I haven't tried either.)

epub / ebook reader 

@colm I have a pocketbook inkpad 3 and really like it. Loading pdfs/epubs etc is super convenient via dropbox, if you're happy using that.

epub / ebook reader 

@yaxu thanks, I'll look into that!

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