Kindle Wireless Book Media Reader
Amazon.com has come up with a solution to ease your aching back, while still allowing you access to a wide variety of reading materials. A new wireless reading device call the Kindle. This lightweight (10.3 oz), compact (7.5" x 5.3" x 0.7") device allows you to read newspapers, magazines, download e-books or read blogs almost anywhere.
Ebooks, magazine and newspaper subscriptions are available directly from Amazon. You can preview the first chapter of a book for free. Kindle will also let you test drive newspapers with a two week free trial. So you won’t have to waste money on materials that don’t live up to your expectations.
We all want to uncluttered our handbags and our homes. The Kindle can store up to 200 books. Imagine how much space you would need to store 200 books in your home. The Kindle can compact those 200 books into a 7.5" x 5.3" x 0.7" space. Talk about clutter control.
The Kindle has a paper-like screen that looks like paper and is easy on the eyes. Other features includes the ability to store word documents and pictures, a built-in dictionary, access to Wikipedia and to many of the most popular blogs. It's a bit expensive, but there is no monthly wireless bill or need to look for WiFi connection. Coverage is not available in every area, so you should check coverage availability for your area before you buy.
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