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Old 12-10-2009, 6:24 PM
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Default Anyone in SD have a Kindle DX to test out some PDF files?

Backstory: I host and GM RPG's (roleplaying games, ala GURPS and D&D, with dice and paper character sheets, etc) and have purchased a number of the books in PDF format. I had the previous generation Sony E-book reader, but the screen was too small to properly display the pages. The Kindle DX has a much larger screen, and I'd like to pop a couple of the PDF books on it and browse through them to see if the DX can display them full page with all the charts and tables formatted properly.

Since there's no Amazon store I can run down to and test one at, I'd like to see if someone here had one they wouldn't mind me using for 10 minutes or so. I don't need to keep it overnight, so no worries about it coming back broken or disappearing altogether. If a local retailer stocked them, I'd go down and try one there.
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