Amazon Kindle Review: Does it Deserve its Crown as King of the eBook Readers?

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When you think of eBook readers you immediately think of the Amazon Kindle. Since it was first released it has constantly been top of the bestsellers lists, and has seen a number of improvements, especially to the display and the way in which it helps to replicate a real book. If you’re thinking of buying the latest generation of the Kindle, here’s a guide to the pros and cons of doing so.

Features Of The Amazon Kindle

* High contrast e-Ink Pearl screen to replicate real paper,

* Read in bright sunlight,
* Battery life of up to two months with wireless turned off,
* Stores up to 3,500 books,
* 7.5 x 4.8 x 0.335 inches in size,
* Wi-Fi Model weighs 8.5 ounces, Wi-Fi + 3G model weighs 8.7 ounces,
* Wi-Fi only and Wi-Fi + 3G models,
* 3G + Wi-Fi model comes in black or white,
* Includes experimental web browser,
* 6 inch diagonal screen size,
* Text-to-speech feature,
* Native PDF support.

Pros Of The iPod Kindle

The native support for PDF files means that you can view them on the Kindle exactly as they were created on a computer – very useful for people who regularly need to read PDF reports and documents away from their computer screen.

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