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Here is a table to make a decision to buy a Kindle you desire. I have confined myself here with e-ink Kindle. Sometime later I’ll do a similar list for Kindle Fire. Remember, Amazon doesn’t sell Kindle Touch any more. That’s why it is completely out of picture in making decision. I think there are three groups of people who are thinking about buying a Kindle: (1) people who has never got an eReader, (2) people who has only first generation Kindle, and (3) people who own Kindle Touch or Kindle Keyboard. I excluded those who have very basic non-touch Kindles. It’s easy for these people to More >
After Amazon announced its new set of Kindles we didn’t hear anything from its competitors like B&N. However, it was well-known at that time that B&N will announce a new Nook Color in the early November. And now we know the announcement is coming on November 7. In preparation of that B&N is going to lower the price of Nook Color 1 according to some leaked Wal-Mart flyer. Now we have another leaked document showing Nook Touch is going to be sold at $99.
There are now five different variants of Kindle available on Amazon Kindle Store. While Amazon website has a great details regarding each models, they are not enough to compare the models so easily due to scattered information – little bit here, little bit there. I’ve tried to compile the information pointing to the differences between different models rather than similarities. This makes buying decision easy. I hope it will help you. If you’ve any question, please drop a line in the comment area. If I miss anything let me know. I’ll add that later.
Amazon store has now at least 6 Kindles to choose from: 5 e-ink Kindle, 1 Kindle Fire Tablet. For a new Kindle enthusiast it’s sometimes hard to figure out which Kindle is more appropriate given some variations in design, interface, connectivity, functionality.
Here we ask you five questions, you answer them, and we’ll suggest you which one best for you. You don’t have to share your email addrerss with us. No information is saved on our database. You can take the test as many times as you want. Just reload the page, and do it again.
We call this KIndle Choice Tool.
If you’ve any question, More >
According to Amazon Kindle Team,
Our new Kindle Touch 3G enables you to connect to the Kindle Store, download books and periodicals, and access Wikipedia – all over 3G or Wi-Fi. Experimental web browsing (outside of Wikipedia) on Kindle Touch 3G is only available over Wi-Fi. Our Kindle Keyboard 3G will continue to offer experimental web browsing over 3G or Wi-Fi.
After almost 200 posts with title “Kindle Touch 3G – no more web browsing via 3G? “on the Kindle forum on Amazon, the Kindle Team has responded on the issue. Defintely, Amazon is trying to save money on 3G data. It’s not known how More >
Amazon Kindle eReader lost its number one sales rank on the amazon store. Kindle Fire has now number one in sales rank. In just three days after the announcement of Kindle Fire tablet along with three new kindle eReaders, Kindle eReader has slipped away from top rank for the first time in nearly three years. Kindle touch wifi with special offer now in second position in the ranking. The popularity of tablets, and people’s crave for a cheap but useful tablet (don’t have to be ipad-like) has made this happening. People are buying more Kindle Fire tablets than actual Kindle eReaders. However, More >
Yes, you’ve to remember that when you order a new e-ink Kindle believing that your old one would fit in the new Kindle. The Kindle 3 lighted cover has a hinge system on the side. that’s not the case with new lighted cover. Look at the back of the new Kindle in the picture. The cover design has been changed so that it have contacts the lower back of the Kindle.According to Amazon:
Our cover is designed specifically for the latest generation Kindle and secures your device without any hinges or straps. Simply place your Kindle into the form-fitted interior of the cover and then gently press the More >
The rule is simple:
- you can have a touch screen 3G Kindle for the price of 3rd generation 3G Kindle now with only $10 difference. There is definitely no reason to buy a touch screen 3G Kindle unless some strong fascination for physical keyboard.
- If don’t need 3G service, then you can save $50 – go for a touch screen wifi-only Kindle for $99.
- If you don’t care about touch screen or physical keyboard, the you can save even more – almost $70. Go for a new basic Kindle at $79.
- If you have strong inclination towards tablet and you like to read magazines, and occasionally ebooks, and don’t need More >