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Updated on December 8, 2012

Where to Buy Kindle 3 Secondhand?

I decided it was about time I did a Kindle review since I like to keep up to date with the latest portable electronics, another one of my recent hubs regarding HTC phones was written because I need to keep up to date with emails etc and I know people are always looking for the best deals.

I included the latest Kindle 3 and Kindle DX models to the right rather than mention the last generation of Kindle 2 because I know how fast technology changes and it is important to keep up. Instead of just mentioning places to buy used Kindle 3, I decided to include some other brands of ereader such as the Barnes & Noble Nook, Micro Cruz and Sony Digital Reader.

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Where to Buy the Nook Secondhand?

Some good websites have been set up to buy used Kindle such as Usedkindlegear.com, so I suggest keeping an eye on them for the Kindle 3. You can check usfreeads.com where I see they already have Kindle 3G on offer and also Honesty.com have a wide range of Kindle accessories available.

Remember Amazon sells a wide variety of Used ereaders at competitive prices, they even have some refurbished models that are even cheaper.

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Where can I buy a Sony e-reader secondhand?

After researching other websites for good deals on a used e-reader I discovered that hotukdeals.com has many including the Kindle 2, Nook, Sony book reader and Velocity Cruz micro reader.

If your unsure about whether to go for an alternative to the Amazon Kindle, I have included a Youtube video review so you can see all the best qualities and features of the latest Kindle 3 in the capsule below.

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      Mert Nuhoglu 

      6 years ago

      Thanks for the video review. It is great.

      I have a question. Does the experimental web browser work in Kindle Wifi too? Or what are the main differences between Kindle 3 and the previous versions?

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      usauthor 

      7 years ago from USA

      I love kindle... thanks for the info.

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      jobister 

      7 years ago from Anaheim, California

      I love my Kindle 3!

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