Every hard core reader simply needs a Kindle. If you still haven’t got one, here are some reasons why buying it should be on your next to-do list.
Designed for readers- The Kindle Paperwhite particularly, followed by any other version of the Kindle is designed for hard core readers. Amazon has especially kept reading in mind, and . . . → Read More: Why do you need a Kindle?
Just like with any other piece of technology, the Kindle has also worked its way upwards through loads of models and innovation and the changes done to the original. Yet somehow, talks calls for comparisons between the Classic Kindle and the Paperwhite version.
Differences between the two
Understand that more features don’t always make the device, better. While . . . → Read More: The Classic Kindle v/s Paperwhite Kindle – What’s Good and What’s Not?
Everyone knows about the Kindle, don’t they? But what’s new with the all-new Kindle, and what are the features that they have retained from their previous models?
Here’s a look at some of the features the new Kindle has to offer.
Screen technology- Unlike their previous version, (Classic Kindle), the screen in the new Kindle is a “front . . . → Read More: The All New Kindle – Your Best eBook Reader?
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Amazon’s new Kindle Unlimited subscription service of e-book has some big gaps, but it will be appealing to some customers. Amazon is receiving lots of criticism after unveiling its Kindle Unlimited subscription, which offers access to more than 600,000 e-books.
None of the top five publishers – Random House, Penguin, Macmillan, Hachette, HarperCollins ad Simon & Schuster . . . → Read More: Kindle Unlimited: Who will it work for?
Amazon’s new Kindle Unlimited service is going to be a big deal. It allows for reading of 600,000 books on any devices with a fee of $9.99 per month. The service offers access to the content you might not have picked up otherwise with a tag line of “Kindle Unlimited gives you the freedom to explore.”
You . . . → Read More: Why Amazon’s New Kindle Unlimited Program will be bigger than you think
Amazon is growing larger and faster, but how big the company will get? The growth of the online retailer has been at an exceptional pace last 20 years, make some people nervous and some excited.
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Nexus 7 and Kindle Fire have both drawn the attention of the professional reviewers. The sleek design and unique customization have won them good reviews. The customers are looking at the specs of these tablets to choose the right one. They offer unique advantages that people won’t get with the other major designs of tablets.
This . . . → Read More: Nexus 7 vs Kindle Fire HD 8.9 which is the best?
Amazon has officially launched Kindle Unlimited, its ebook subscription service, in the US. The service offers customers to read as much as they want from its library of more than 600,000 books and thousands of Audiobooks for a price of $9.99 per month.
Customers can get access to the ebooks on Amazon’s Kindle reader or on any . . . → Read More: Amazon Unveils Kindle Unlimited eBook Subscription Service
The core reading concept is compared between Amazon Kindle paperwhite 2 and T68.
The Amazon Kindle Paperwhite 2 features a screen with six inch e-link display with a resolution of 1024 x 768. The display is front lit and has received a small upgrade and it gives a better illumination experience than the old models. Software enhancement . . . → Read More: Amazon Kindle paperwhite 2 Vs Onyx Boox T68