There is no e-book reader software or e-book content to download. Simply plug your bookfob into your computer and a built-in e-book reader pops up with your book contents. Attach it to your key chain, backpack, purse, or briefcase and carry your books with you everywhere!
Yeah, just be sure to lug along a computer, too. And make sure it's a Windows-running PC, not a Mac. Otherwise, you won't be able to read your books.
Why purchase an old heavy textbook or novel when you can now purchase a BookFob (digital book) that can be carried in your purse or pocket at all times?
Well, for starters, I can carry a paperback novel in my handbag, and that's a whole lot lighter and less bulky than my computer.
If I wanted to order an e-book, I could download it and read it right now. But if I wanted a novel on a BookFob, I'd have to order it online (and wait for delivery by mail) or find a brick-and-mortar store that carried the things. How is that convenient? Wouldn't it be simpler, faster, and cheaper to just stop by the drug store on my way to the dentist's office and pick up a paperback novel?
Look, I'll give these people points for creativity, but what good is a BookFob? Am I missing something?
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