What is a good kindle to buy ?
I am thinking of buying a kindle for our big trip next year . What is a good one to buy ? This one Kindle Wi-Fi 6" e-Reader is $139 . Is that good ?
I got my wife a Kindle Fire for her birthday, she loves it. She spends more time with it than with me.
Kindle Fire was best, it allowed you to do just about anything from watching movies, tv shows, reading books, comics, and playing interesting games while sitting bored in a hospital bed. lol The Kindle Fire is definately worth buying.
maybe kindle fire because it has more features. You can check out also the reviews of it to make sure what you are getting. Enjoy your kindle fire if you get one. :-)
The Kindle Fire of course. It offers a whole lot more than just the ability to read books. You can surf the web, play music, watch movies and so much more.
We love our Kindle Fire. We can read, watch TV shows and movies and surf the internet. It is small and easy to use. I did purchase a case for it because my son uses it a lot and I didn't want it to break if he should drop it. It has a back-light so I can read in the dark. The downside of that is bright sunny outdoor reading is difficult but I don't mind because the positives are so great. I highly recommend a Kindle Fire.
I'd go for broke and get the Kindle Fire. I bought one for my wife last year and she's more then happy with it. The sole purpose of course was to get her a fix for her reading habit. But the Kindle Fire turned into so much more. Bottom line: she's a happy camper.
I would recommend the Kindle Fire, I take mine every where and it's fantastic.
Thank you everyone ! I have taken your advice & ordered a Kindle Fire ! Am excited and can't wait to try it out ! I should get it before we fly over to the Whitsundays in Queensland , save carrying lots of heavy books lol .
by FaithDream 4 years ago
I'm considering buying Amazon's Kindle Fire. Would you recommend it?
by Rastamermaid 6 years ago
Someone explain to me the kindle craze.I'm a avid reader but ole school. I like turning pages and with me reading quite abit,because of space and eco reason I'm looking at kindle but I'm on the fence.
by BlissfulWriter 2 years ago
Do people still buy books any more?With many bookstores going out of business, do you still buy books anymore? If so, do you buy the traditional books, audio-books, or eBooks?
by FaithDream 5 years ago
Is there a way to categorize books on Kindle Fire?After downloading numerous eBooks on the Kindle Fire, is there a way to put these books into categories? Right now, all the books are sorted by Title, Author or Recent. How can I create different categories to group them? Is this possible?
by Diane Van Hook 5 years ago
What's your opinion on Kindle Fire?One of my friends has one, and I'm a bit of a tech geek, and want some feedback on the product before I go and buy it.
by Linkusbless 6 years ago
How do you 'feel' reading books on a Kindle and such? Have you read entire books on a kindle. Did you enjoy the reading in the same way? Did you read for as long?
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