What do the New York Times, the Bible, Wall Street Journal, Princeton University textbooks and the Slashdot blog have in common? They are all be appearing on the Amazon Kindle ($299 new on Amazon.com) and the Amazon Kindle DX ($489 new on Amazon.com)!
- A 9.7-inch display with 16 shades of gray – larger than standard Kindle‘s 6-inch display
- An auto-rotating screen goes portrait or landscape views
- 3G Wireless (no annual contracts or monthly fees)
- Whispersync technology lets you synchronize Kindles across your iPhone
- Native PDF reader
- Audio Books (PC to Kindle)
- Wireless Access to Wikipedia
- Built-in Dictionary
- Text-to-speech reader
- Speakers and headset/headphone jack
- Read for days without charging
Way lighter than a computer, lighter than a notebook, and lasts longer on batteries than even a netbook, the Amazon Kindle DX specializes in delivering digital books, magazines, newspapers, and even blogs to you. No computer is required to read e-books on the Kindle DX, but you can get extended use by transferring audio book files from your PC making it “safer” from hacking attacks.
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