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.
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Kindle Fire tablets use full color high resolution LCD touchscreens. They behave just like they other iPad/Android style tablets. The screens aren’t as comfortable over prolonged periods of reading causing eye strain due staring at a glowing (back-lit) LCD screen for so long. Battery life is also an issue with these tablets, consuming far more power than an e-ink Kindle e-Book reader.CLICK HERE: Lowest price and Fast (Free) Delivery of Kindle..
Kindle eBook readers with their e-ink screens are better suited to bright light and reading for long periods. Also battery life beats Kindle Fire tablets. Go for the Kindle Paperwhite if you need the glow light (it’s a front light built into the screen so avoids the back light eye strain of tablets).CLICK HERE to find the right Kindle for you.
Kindle Fire tablets let you do much more than just read books, but be aware of the screen and battery limitations. Kindle Fire compete with Apple iPad Air tablets at a very competitive price.