But it requires a wifi connection and won't run off the 3G. Connection included for free with the nook. I'm writing this post at the library with poor a very poor wifi connection. I use a laptop connect card with my laptop so i don't have to worry about finding wifi and it's quality.
Hmm, that's very interesting. It won't run off 3g for free, though, right? So basically, you have to be near a wifi point to run it.
I wonder what kinda chips are in that thing, maybe you could get a version of linux on it. Would be hard to type in commands though.
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