Types of Amazon Kindle

Types of Amazon Kindle

Technology always bring forth easier life and so that we can do things at the tip of our fingers anywhere we go and we can access books as long as we are connected to the Internet. Reading has been easier since Amazon brought their new product, KINDLE.

What is Amazon kindle? Have you heard of it yet? It is an amazing e-book developed by Amazon.com to help readers read books in a media digital so that you can read books anywhere you go as long as you are connected to the Internet. And these devices used free access to the Internet. The first devise was released in November 19, 2007. It is used for displaying what we call e-book which you can read (400,000 e-books) at Amazon, and other digital media too. You can also used it without a computer, amazing isn’t it?

Features of a kindle

The Kindle hardware instruments utilizes an E- ink brand electronic display, and is able to download content over Amazon “Whispernet” using the Sprint EVDO in the United States, for newer Kindle 2 instruments, you can use internationally AT&Ts network also.

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For a sample of this Kindle go to this site.

Kinds of Kindle

  1. Kindle -- this is the first kindle which was sold only in the United States in 2007
  2. Kindle 2 -- After two years I think Amazon released the kindle2 which is available in 100 countries, and has a connectivity and a wireless modem too, whereas before they only sell it in the US.
  3. Kindle Dx -- was released on May 2009, and it has a larger screen than the first two Kindles. It is best for news papers and textbooks as well.
  4. Kindle for iPhone -- in the App store and you can read e-books alright for iPhone and iPod Touch owners to use it too. Through the Whispersync tech you can actually make a synchronization of other mobile instrument and kindle instrument.
  5. Kindles for PC -- Amazon released this one for PC users with a Windows on it, (comes with free software download)

 

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