This might not even cross your mind – the latest $69 basic Kindle is out for grabs. With its stunning price, it is the cheapest ebook reader available on the market and it features the darkest and boldest fonts. There’s a very thin yet negligible line between this and the others but it is, nevertheless, the winner.
Even the Kindle Paperwhite, which presents a higher resolution screen, may not top the basic Kindle. Actually, the fonts on the Kindle essay writing services Paperwhite are thinner… Read the rest
For many people looking for a device for reading ebooks, Amazon’s e-ink devices are the obvious choice, with their latest Paperwhite being easily the best current choice for reading a novel electronically. However, those wanting to read comics or children’s books would be better suited to a device with a colour screen and traditionally Kindle’s “Fire” range have been out-classed by competing devices. The recent Kindle Fire HD 8.9” is by far the best multi-function tablet that Amazon have ever produced and their new FreeTime… Read the rest
Hardly the most catchy title, the Kindle Fire HD 8.9” is likely to get lumped in with other Kindle Fire models in most people’s minds, however this would be a crying shame, as this is, by a long way, the best product in the Kindle Fire range, and the first true competition with Apple’s iPad from Amazon in the multi-function tablet market.
For a long time the Kindle has been the undisputed king of the ebook reader market, with their eInk readers being far better… Read the rest
There are two reigning kings in the world of tablet devices, depending on whether you want a multi-function device, or a simple ebook reader. Whilst the iPad range from Apple has the multi-function tablet computing market eating out of the palm of its hands, one area in which it doesn’t compete is that of the dedicated ebook reader.
Amazon have long been the undisputed champions of the ebook reader market with their black and white Kindle devices sporting market leading exclusive variations of the e-ink… Read the rest
As Amazon launched its new range of Kindle Fire HD tablets in the recent weeks, one of the other things that came under immense highlight was their revised 4thgeneration Kindle ebook reader. While the brand new model spots a complete black design, the older version was silver in color. Amazon created a strong build up for the 15% faster page turns of the new 2012 edition as well as for its deeper fonts. Let’s compare the older and new versions to conclude whether the created… Read the rest
Amazon has introduced an absolutely amazing browser extension named “Send to Kindle for Google Chrome” which allows Kindle users to send web material like news, blog posts as well as highlighted text from Google Chrome to any Kindle device or app. The new tool can be used with just two clicks through Google Chrome as a Kindle icon is added to the toolbar after installment of the Chrome extension.
In contrast to rest of “send to kindle” apps which have been designed to transfer non-Amazon… Read the rest
Kindle has been around in the market for a while, now in its fifth generation. Many of the tablet users may have purchased one or two of those many models that Amazon has launched. They have worked hard to capture market share, in a customer segment where the interest is spending less money and getting more features. Amazon has been successful in capturing a certain percentage and in giving something worthy along the generations that it launched.
For Amazon, every new Kindle was an exciting… Read the rest
Thursday was the day the entire digital world was expecting: the announcement of the new ebook reader from Amazon, the much awaited, much discussed, the one and only Kindle Paperwhite.
It was only a matter of time until Amazon answered to its Barnes and Noble counterpart, but from what I can gather, the Paperwhite will surpass in performance the Nook with Glowlight.
Why, you might wonder? As it turns out, Paperwhite only has a front-lit display that comes in very handy when reading on… Read the rest
A few leaked photos of the upcoming Kindle Paperwhite ebook reader were recently posted by The Verge. If these photos are original and the information posted is correct than it can be predicted that a tremendous change will be hitting the ebook reader market very soon.
The latest Kindle seems very similar to the Kindle Touch in looks and design. But the home button which was present just below the screen in on Kindle Touch is missing and the bezel is designed with a black… Read the rest
At this moment, the eBook market giants are at loggerheads with each other for digital content they provide through their stores. Major companies like Amazon, Apple, Barnes and Noble along with some other major publishers are battling online and in courtrooms for their digital business.
At first there wasn’t any competition, when Amazon introduced their Kindle ebook reader on the market in 2007 and Sony presented their device in 2006. Now lots of new ebook readers have been introduced to the market, by several companies.… Read the rest