Tagged: kindle

Kindle Touch – How successful will it be in Europe?

The Kindle Touch is Amazon’s flagship eReading device, and will soon be available in the UK for £109 for the Wi-Fi version or £139 for the 3G version, and will be available throughout Europe and the UK on the same date of 27th April 2012.

3 Kindle Cover Options You Might Not Have Considered

Whether you have a brand new Kindle Fire or an old school Kindle DX, you’ll want to protect it from everyday wear with a case or cover. The good news is with so many options, you don’t have to settle for a boring or featureless cover. The most common design is a flip-open style case which protects both the front and the back of your Kindle blah blah blah. Instead of going over run of the mill covers, this post will review three styles of Kindle covers which look great or make using your Kindle even more enjoyable.

Best Investments in Tech Gadgets and Appliances

The speed at which technology changes makes it difficult to justify purchasing any expensive device when its operating system or components quickly become obsolete. Time spent researching new products, comparing prices and specifications prove that it is possible to get excellent, affordable alternatives to premium newly-released gadgets. Different, more reasonably priced devices may offer some capabilities of high-end products, but without financial risk.

Amazon Kindle on Fire as WiFi Issues Plague the New Tablet; Down in Flames?

The Kindle. Amazon released the first Kindle back in 2007, and it cost almost as much as a tablet nowadays at $399. It was a simple model with the unique ability to look like a book with its special ink technology. Now having gone through the Kindle 2, the Kindle DX and the third generation Kindle with a keyboard, the Kindle has moved into the fourth generation with three new models: Kindle, Kindle Touch and Kindle Fire.

Imagining the e-book reader of the future.

The E-book reader is quite possibly my favorite new tech gadget of the last few years; I believe these devices have the potential to help save millions of trees, and more over they are extremely convenient, allowing you to carry thousands of book in a little device that’s often smaller and lighter than a standard paperback novel.