Kindle 3 Review
(later re-named the Kindle Keyboard)
So you might buy a Kindle 3.
Here is a Kindle 3 review I received:
Amazon’s Kindle 3 is a wonderful addition to the Kindle lineup. I found a surprising number of new features in this third generation of the Kindle.
To begin with, the size of the Kindle 3 has a keyboard, which makes it larger than the older editions, but still has the same screen size. The screen has wonderful contrast and darker fonts. And speaking of fonts, you can choose the font you prefer. The Kindle 3 has a textured back rather than the usual metal so it’s easy to hold and comfortable in the hand. The display is great even in very bright sunshine. The anti-glare screen works great, even at places like the beach.
The Kindle 3 has built-in Wi-Fi and better web browsing than earlier models. There is much more storage than the older editions… enough space to hold 3500 books! One of the most impressive features about the Kindle 3 is its battery life. If you do not have the Wi-Fi turned on, the battery will last a month (under typical usage) before needing to be charged. There is a convenient “low battery” warning that gives you plenty of time to charge your Kindle 3. You can also use the Kindle 3 as an MP3 player and even listen to music as you read the book. What a great idea!
While reading, there are many features at your fingertips. For instance, if you need to look up a word, just check your dictionary for an instant definition. If you need more detailed information, try the Wikipedia feature. And, once you do find the information you need, you can then write yourself notes now that there is a keyboard. There is also a highlight feature.These are some of the features that were lacking in prior models and were the reason some thought that the Kindle was not yet ready for students. Now that those features are available, this model is ready for students and the classroom.
The new Kindle 3 has so many wonderful features and improvements that it is well worth the price and will bring you enjoyment for many years to come.
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Editor’s note: The new name for the Kindle 3 is the Kindle Keyboard
We hope you benefited from this review. You may get more information here:
Kindle Keyboard Models
Here are some other models. The links will take you to even more information.
Other Kindle Models
Kindle Fire – has color, touchscreen, and Wi-Fi
Kindle Touch 3G – has touchscreen, free 3G, and Wi-Fi
Kindle Touch – has touchscreen and Wi-Fi
Kindle DX – has a larger screen and free 3G globally
Kindle 3G – has free 3G
Kindle Wireless Reading Device (2nd generation) – has free 3G; discontinued; available used
Kindle Wireless Reading Device (1st generation) – has EVDO wireless; discontinued; available used
Now that you likely want to buy a Kindle, where? Since your options in you city are very slim, you could go straight to the source where you’ll get more selection, more options, and faster results than looking all around your area.
Want to know more and get current information about this model? Just click Kindle 3 / Keyboard – it’ll take you to the full product information page at the manufacturer’s web site, the source of the Kindle. There is no better place to get the current information on it.
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