The latest Kindle is finally out! Students who are currently attending school or taking classes on sites such as onlinembarankings.com and university internet hubs are ready to ditch their heavy textbooks and carry a kindle. Bookworms have been eagerly looking forward to this new techno marvel from Amazon.com for months. The much heavier Kindle DX was wearing them out! Although the old Kindle sported a giant screen, it lacked wi-fi support. So, while the first generation Kindles were good readers, they just did not have that technological punch that would have kept you busy hours after you had tired of just reading.
With the all new 3G support almost anywhere in the world, and built in wi-fi to download books at wi-fi enabled airports, hotels and the like, a sleek look (white or black) and a 6-inch diagonal screen, the new Kindle offers everything that a book reader wants, and more.
This fabulous device sports a glare free, e-ink screen that gives you 50 percent more contrast compared to any other e-reader on the market. The lack of glare makes this device look almost like the page of a book. And, it’s easy to read even in bright sunlight.
The new Kindle is easier on the arm muscles, too. You do not automatically develop your biceps holding this 8-ounce gizmo all day, unlike its over a pound predecessor. It has the same screen size as an earlier model, although it is 21 percent smaller in size. It has a battery that can last a month without wireless, with one simple recharge.
The new Kindle is a veritable pocket library on the go. It can store 3,500 books at any one time; older books can be deleted or sent back to that old laptop and new books can be downloaded in less than a minute. For the pirates out there, there’s an enhanced PDF reader and easy transferring of books using the wireless, the Kindle email, or the USB cable (this works as a charger as well).