Amazon Kindle (2011) Review



Amazon Kindle (2011) Review

Up until September’s Amazon event, the Kindle was the company’s defining product. But with the Kindle Touch and Kindle Fire soon hitting the scene, the immensely popular e-Reader, now in its fourth generation, has seen changes, some good, some not so good.
With Amazon’s current Kindle Lineup, it’s clear the company wanted to make a distinction between its three new devices: bare-bones, touch and full-fledged tablet. If you’ve ever used a previous Kindle, you’ll be familiar with the solid hardware, snappy speed and easy to read screen; this generation’s iteration is no different. The Kindle now comes sans keyboard, sporting a bite-sized form factor while still retaining a comfortable screen size and light weight.
In the end, it ultimately comes down to preference. The Kindle lacks the bells and whistles of it’s more expensive brothers, most notably a keyboard, but that wasn’t something that bothered me in the least. For the price, $79 with ads and…

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