You can't share books via SD card swapping. If the Kindles are on the same account, you can each download a copy of the book for no extra charge.missajeep said:I'm upset about the SD card. My MIL was going to share her books with my Husband and I via a SD card. Now I'm not sure what to do. My husband wanted to store the books on an SD card in case something went nuts with the amazon site. Now I've got to figure it all out. You would think that making us wait for our orders we have had placed for months they would have at least thrown in a free case for us or something. I also don't like that the K1 owners get priority over our very early orders.
I assume that once the battery dies for good the k2 will go to that big recycling bin next to the landfill (or up to kindle heaven depending on your point of view).BookBinder said:Please forgive my less than adequate knowledge on this type of technology, but what happens when the battery dies completely? How long can a non-replaceable battery last? I don't like this feature, but if I continue to keep my order active I will be upgraded to the Kindle two. The battery thing is the only thing that scares me, otherwise I like everything else about it. Any help is appreciated on this topic. Please help me feel better about this. Thanks.
Between samples and free books from Gutenberg etc, 1500 is smaller than it seems.cliffs1 said:As far as the SD card issue, this thing holds 1500 books without one.
Everyone is forgetting something about on board memory. Its not a total of 2 gigs. You need room for the firmware. Everytime the firmware updates it will take more of your 2 gigs up so you will never have 1500 books on it.cliffs1 said:As far as the SD card issue, this thing holds 1500 books without one.