So, I was at the library the other day, checking out some books, when the librarian noticed me holding a Reader™ Wi-Fi® by Sony®. She informed me that some of the books in my hands were actually available as eBooks. As it turns out, I can use my Reader Wi-Fi to connect to the library’s online database and check out eBooks just like regular books as long as I’m in a location with a wireless network.1
Here’s Peg to show you just how easy it is to checkout eBooks from your local library. Many public libraries around the country have a digital library, so be sure to check the library in your area for availability. How awesome is this?!
Feel free to follow along with these written instructions while watching the video:
I’ve already loaded up my Reader with books for the summer. What other books do you think I should get? Let me know what some of your favorites are. Did you find this feature easy to use? I’d love your feedback, as always.
For more tips, tricks, troubleshooting and how-to videos, visit the SonyListens Support (USA) YouTube™ channel at www.youtube.com/sonylistens.
1 To use this service, you must have a library card established with the library you intend to use as well as access to a Wi-Fi connection. Content availability may vary.
(This Blog was a collaboration between Sarah and Kyle in the Sony Support USA team.)
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