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Some Kobo ereaders can display PDF docs and support WiFi, and with some software installation it might be possible to transfer files from your own server,but my experience has been that connection via USB to a PC running Calibre is the easiest and most reliable way to transfer files.


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Mini PCIe has fallen out of favor, being replaced by m.2. That said, there's a lot of adapters available. Personally, I'm strongly in favor of Intel's wireless cards, they tend to have good open source support and quality drivers in general. You can buy AX210, which supports 802.11ax, bundled with the necessary adapter. Edit: I didn't read closely enough and ...


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You might look at mixing a usb-to-sata connector (about £10 on amazon.co.uk) unless your discs are already usb, with something like the Verbatim 98243 MediaShare Wireless (about £10), or a router with a usb port like the TP-Link AC750 (£35). They may both be fairly slow, at usb2 speeds, and might only accept limited and proprietory formats like FAT and NTFS, ...


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