Kindle Fire

My name is David. I’ve been an avid reader since 7th grade. I started eReaderReviewsInfo.com as a free resource for others who wish to explore reading on the various Amazon Kindle models and who want to know where to buy a Kindle. These Kindle reviews will likely help you choose the model that best meets your needs and wants.

Here on my website, you’ll find three main resources to help you learn more about the various models and places to buy a Kindle. One main resource is the Kindle Reviews section (see the right sidebar). Another resource is this page of the latest breaking news. The third main resource is on Where to Buy a Kindle (see the right sidebar). Although I do not have them for sale here, I have provided convenient links for you to get one elsewhere. Secondary resources include many how-to videos, many answers to requently asked questions (FAQs), and descriptions of the various Kindle models.

Late Breaking News about the Kindle:

2014: Amazon introduced the Voyage and Kindle for Kids models. It also updated the Touch model, a regular occurrence.

Late 2013:   Amazon has announced the Kindle Paperwhite and the Kindle Fire HDX. See the review links below for details.

Early 2013:  Amazon has announced the Kindle Fire HD, the high definition version of the color unit. See the review links below for details.

2011:  Amazon has announced the release of  two new models. The Kindle Fire, a color model, is to be released for sale on November 15 and the Kindle Touch on November 21. The Kindle Touch will come in four types. They are:

  • Kindle Touch without Special Offers – has Wi-Fi wireless for connectivity; has no ads, so is higher priced
  • Kindle Touch with Special Offers – has Wi-Fi wireless for connectivity; has ads, so is lower priced
  • Kindle Touch 3G  without Special Offers – has both 3G wireless and Wi-Fi wireless; no ads
  • Kindle Touch 3G  with Special Offers – has both 3G wireless and Wi-Fi wireless; has ads

Depending on your perspective, it’s either nice to have choices or it’s a shame there are so many choices. Reminds me of the TV ad about a person who had trouble deciding when given choices. It comes down to what level of connectivity you have to have and whether or not you can live with ads as the “price you pay” for getting a lower-cost unit.

When I was ready to get a Kindle I just wanted to know what places existed to buy a Kindle, but found that frustrating, and this in a big metropolitan area! I think it is just easier to buy online, and if I’m going to do that, then I had might as well buy directly from the maker. You might just go on over to the Kindle maker’s web site if you, too, want the easy way with the most options. Not only are there Kindles there, but also loads of eBooks and accessories.

 

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