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Kindle Lensography

Updated on February 1, 2013

My History with the Kindle

I am a techie guy. I love gadgets. I love high Tech and I love playing around with new stuff.

I am also a reader. I have been all of my life. I really enjoy relaxing and reading a good new book.

Like combining Peanut Butter and Chocolate, these two passions drive me to a love of the Kindle eBook reader.

I have been a Kindle User since the Kindle 1 first came out. Since then I have gone through 3 more Kindle Ebook reader PLUS a Kindle Fire.

**Intro Photo Courtesy of Kindle on Amazon

Kindle Touch
Kindle Touch

My Kindle Passion

I simply love the Kindle! They keep on making nice small improvements. When it comes to making book reading their primary focus, Amazon rocks. After all, what they really want from YOU is to sell you an ebook reader at cost (or slightly above) so that they can sell you BOOKS.

Heck, that is a deal I can make. I would buy the books anyway, but buying from Amazon means I get a nice big, fat discount!

I have also been writing for Squidoo for a while now. I have a couple accounts and over 300 lenses, all told. I love to write for Squidoo and as you can imagine, I have also written quite a few lenses based on my passion for ebooks and the Kindle. In fact, I have written about a dozen lenses about the Kindle. A few of these lenses are listed below, if you would like to check them out.

Buy Kindle Fire
Buy Kindle Fire

A large list is good, but isn't a little guidance better?

The large list of lenses may help you find what you are looking for when it comes to the Kindle. But isn't it even better to get a little bit more guidance?

Here are some of the lenses I think are REALLY the most useful if you are trying to find out more information about the Kindle, as well as the reason you should care.

If you do not know what Kindle with special offers is all is a great way to save money on a Kindle. Basically getting one for LESS than the cost of manufacture:

Kindle with Special Offers

The Kindle Fire has been out a year now. It is an awesome device. If you do not know much about it, this lens will tell you more:

Kindle Fire

This lens is a breakdown of the rest of the 4th generation kindle devices:

Kindle 4: 4th Generation Kindle

Then, if you have gotten a Kindle Fire, Kindle Touch or other model of Kindle, you may very well want to find out more about accessories:

Kindle Fire Accessories

Kindle Touch Accessories

Kindle Touch Skins

Accessories might be optional, but a kindle really needs a cover. Partially because it gives a better "grip", makes it look cool, makes it feel more like a book...but mainly. It protects the screen.

Kindle Touch Covers

Kindle Cover Reviews

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    • evelynsaenz1 profile image

      Evelyn Saenz 

      6 years ago from Royalton

      When I read, I still like the feel and smell of a real book. If I had to resort to a reader I would certainly consider the Kindle.

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      6 years ago

      Nice work on this lens!


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