Kindle Review: Which Kindle Should You Buy?
[asa gw_medium_image]B00BHJRYYS[/asa]What you read here will amaze you. When I found out that Kindle products are amazing eBook readers I had to write my own Kindle review.
eBook readers have come a long way, with the Kindle leading the pack in availability and flexibility. eBook readers can do more than just display the text of digitized books, they can browser the web, display emails and download newly purchased books automatically. The Kindle Fire runs the Android operating system with full access to the Amazon Store and limited access to the Google Play Store — your book reader just became a fully fledged touch screen tablet. Continue reading
Kindle Review | Kindle Models Explained
While you’ll find all sorts of technical and detailed product information elsewhere. I decided to list only the fundamental differences here. These are easy for everyone to understand and will assist the non-technical person to pick a suitable product. Who care if it’s go four processors over having two! And what’s a processor anyways? All I want to do is read a book not study techy speak!
So let’s get started and if this is too basic you can always check out the official site. Continue reading
Kindle Review | Kindle Fire or Kindle eBook Reader?
Kindle eBook readers use e-ink screens so they look just like areal book – black ink on a white background. Unlike a Kindle Fire tablet screen they don’t reflect sunlight, and they typically use no power when a page is displayed. Power is only required when a page is turned or you download books. That’s a real power saved. Continue reading