I don’t know how long…Usually lasts only a day. I do not have a Kindle; don’t want one. I use Kindle Cloud to access the book then I do my magic with Calibre to be able to use in on my tablet and phone. I like to take books camping and on the run
Edit: I guess I should tell you it’s on the CA and US Amazon’s. Don’t really know about the others. If you find out…let us know. …
I guess it’s a global thing, but the book is always in English obviously :3
one of the drawbacks of digitizing it appears, -no pretty pictures…
i really liked the “old” timey strategy guides books, screenshots, artwork, and stuff inside…
Nawww, especially digital books can have very nice pics without them having to ramp up the price because of the more expensive print! Granted, the ebook readers don’t support coloured pics, but any smartphone or tablet does. Honestly, I don’t know who tf would play witcher and look up collectibles on a very slow kindle anyway…
Might be “you get what you pay” at work here.
maybe , i honestly only clicked/looked at the ebook hoping for some nice pic/art in this guide, but seems this one is one of those “without”, which is a shame considering the stuff is gorgeous in witcher
Kind of unrelated but does anyone know of a decent kindle alternative that would be good for comics?
I’ve been reading on an MS Surface, it’s alright but it would be neat to have more of a paper look.
Why not the kindle if I may ask? It’s cheap afaik unless you want the top version, isn’t it? All the products from other companies I know of are usually just as if not more expensive…
Gnuffi are you talking about tiddies? jk
They basically have no internal memory at all, so not ideal for manga and stuff. I read that the japanese version has 32gb but I don’t think I can get it shipped here.
tiddies? i’m not AngryJoe
i’m one of those weird people strangely unimpressed with tiddies in gamez and tv (guess how much eyerolling i’ve done during GoT + shows taking cues from it since )
was thinking more like
was tiny bit sad it was “only” 3 artworks +3 wallpapers got in the extras, had really hoped for more + variety
(very nice artbook that comes with tho)
I just did what @Gnuffi did…and NO PICs! The reviews at the bottom talk about how pretty the pics are…etc. Now I am upset…that’s the only reason I got it… Sorry, People!
maybe it depends on the version/platform/“how” the ebook guide gets read??
maybe there is a way to get the pics shows(and i’m just a luddite dunce), -since “everybody” is talking about the art
if someone knows/figures out to get the art displayed from the free version, please share/let me know
Edit. tho people are also talking about a “hardcover” -which seems awful strange on this considering it’s an ebook and not a physical one lol…
case of physical version reviews getting merged with ebook??
Possibility! It is the internets!
Everywhere I read this program keeps coming up on top.
I have not tried it. But I have a few comics and I would try this one first myself. But as always I will open up Time Freeze first and just reboot to delete it, if necessary.
If you try it, let me know how it works.
I won’t use a Kindle, and so have tried a few ereaders. I currently use a Nook Glowlight and read the Claymore manga on it. However, the screen is a little small and made it a bit unwieldy. My next ereader, and the one I’d recommend to you for this purpose, will be the Kobo Aura One. It’s slightly bigger and more responsive so should be ideal.
@delenn13 I’ve used Comicrack on windows, android and even ios. It’s great and my prefered comic reader. I can definitely recommend it.
CDisplay is still good too when you want to keep it simple.
@xist Thanks! that definitely seems like a better choice, now if only it had slightly more storage.
Oh neat! $280 is still a lot but now I really want that.
funny how one could have “fixed” the whole storage issue without being gouged -if manufacturers would just embrace modularity/expandable memory…
They’ve worked backwards on that. My original Nook Glowlight is fully expandable with a microSD, which was then phased out in later versions…but in reality, aside from if you’re an avid reader of manga, with the size of books 2GB is going to probably outlast whatever it is you’re reading on.
Wait, they don’t use an SD card for storage?