> Absolutely -- but you may need larger Hard Drives to store them.Absolutely -- but you may need larger Hard Drives to store them.
65,000 -- no problem. A net source says that the average Kindle e-book file size is 2.6 MB, which is small compared to audio and video. So 65,000 multiplied by 2.6 gives 169,000 MB. If I'm calculating properly, that would mean I need 169 gigabytes of storage.
I don't know of any ereaders that have that much storage, but external disk drives the size of an ordinary book can hold many terabytes of data, and just cost around a hundred dollars. They'd hold that number of books many times over.