What is the Kindle? This is an electronic book reader. You can download a book in seconds and be reading it right away. But you can also download newspapers, magazines, even blogs. The Kindle can hold a lot of reading material - approximately 200 books.
This product allows you to not only store books, but you can store images of birds as well so you can consult your kindle while bird-watching to identify that obscure bird you just saw. You can even store MP3 files on it, so you could listen to bird sounds as well to help you identify a bird. It is small enough to easily tuck into a purse or backpack and will not weigh you down like books would.
Here are some other great features of the Kindle:
- The display is so sharp it actually looks like you are reading actual printed material
- It is easy to use. You don't need to have a computer or sync it to a computer
- Kindle's wireless technology allows it to be used anywhere – in bed, at the airport or even on a bird watching safari!
- It's lighter than a paperback and weighs only 10.3 ounces.
- Long battery life. When left on you only need to recharge every other day. And recharging only takes 2 hours.
- You don't have to locate a Wi-Fi zone for Kindle to work. It uses the same technology as cell phones, making it unnecessary to be in a hotspot.
- No monthly bills or service plans required
- Email your Word documents and picture files to Kindle for easy on-the-go viewing
Not only is the Kindle a great product to have with you when birding, but with Kindle, you can always have a book "on hand". When do any of us have time nowadays to sit down and just read for hours at a time? I know I don't. But it does always seem like I'm waiting in line for something - to checkout at the store, at the bank, at the doctor's office. Here I can pull out my Kindle and read a couple pages while I am waiting.
So the Kindle is recommended as a great information resource whenever you need it. Although the Kindle is a bit on the pricey side, it is worth the investment to have the ability to consult all your birding information whenever and wherever you need it.
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