Wired2TheWorld.Com: Kindle 3 Review- Part 1

It took me less than 10 minutes to fall in love with the Kindle. It weighs less than a typical paperback book, even with a cover. It can hold thousands of books and will automatically download daily newspapers. I found myself wanting to read more because it was not only easier to hold the Kindle while reading in bed, but it was fun. Even David was an easy convert, excitedly reading his favorite paper, the International Herald Tribune every day we were traveling.

Before you dismiss this as another “gadget” ask yourself this; does your paperback book have a built in Oxford English dictionary to make it easy to look up words in a flash? Built in wikipedia? The ability to highlight passages, save them, and even share them on Twitter and Facebook? Can you adjust the size of the text to make it easier to read?

via Kindle 3 Review- Part 1


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One response to “Wired2TheWorld.Com: Kindle 3 Review- Part 1

  1. I love the higher contrast when comparing to Kindle 2 or any other eReader. I did some measurements and the contrast is indeed measurably better – http://blogkindle.com/2010/08/new-kindle-3-review-hands-on/#screen

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