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Monday, 2 May 2011

Amazon E-Reader Kindle 2 Price Reviews and Stores

What is Amazon Kindle? Amazon introduced a new product 6 months ago, known as Kindle which was developed by Amazon itself, the Kindle sets out to change the way we read books, newspapers, weblogs, and more. Good News is Now Amazon has announced plans to ship Kindle to 100 more countries, including India in order to gain market share in the nascent e-reader market.
 As per a report by Forrester Research, e-reader sales will total an estimated 3 million this year, with Amazon selling 60 percent of them and Sony Corp. 35 percent (source).
Amazon sells 48 Kindle copies for every 100 physical copies of books that it offers in both formats – which essentially shows the growth opportunity in this space (Jeff Bezos even went on to say that in future, they expect to sell more books in Kindle edition as compared to physical).

Amazon Kindle Features
  • Slim and Trim: At just over a third of an inch thin (0.36 inches) and weighing just over 10 ounces, Kindle is pencil thin and lighter than a typical paperback.
  • Reads Like Real Paper: Kindle’s 6-inch electronic ink display reads like printed words on paper because the screen works using real ink and doesn’t use a backlight, eliminating the eyestrain and glare associated with other electronic displays.
  • Stores Up To 1,500 Books: Kindle’s 2 GB of memory holds up to 1,500 books and Kindle books are automatically backed up by Amazon so customers can re-download titles from their library.
  • Read For Weeks On A Single Charge: Kindle’s electronic ink display sips battery power so users can read for over two weeks with wireless turned off and up to four days on a single charge with wireless on.
  • Read-To-Me: With the experimental Text-To-Speech feature, Kindle can read most newspapers, magazines, blogs, and books out loud.
  • Automatically Syncs With Kindle and Kindle Compatible Devices: Amazon’s “Whispersync” technology automatically syncs customers’ last page read, bookmarks, notes, and highlights across Kindle with U.S. & International Wireless, Kindle with U.S. Wireless, Kindle DX, and Kindle compatible devices like Kindle for iPhone.
  • Wireless Receive and Read Personal Documents: Wireless send, receive, and read personal documents in a variety of formats such as Microsoft Word and PDF.
  • Instant Dictionary Lookup: Kindle comes with the New Oxford American Dictionary and over 250,000 definitions that appear instantly at the bottom of the page.
  • Choose Text Size: Kindle lets readers customize their reading preference by providing six different text sizes.
  • Bookmarks, Notes, and Highlights: By using the QWERTY keyboard Kindle users can add annotations to text, as well as highlight and clip key passages and bookmark pages for future use.
Amazon Kindle Price

For $399, Kindle gets you access to Amazon's instant wireless bookstore. How compelling is that? Well, Amazon's initial manufacturing run sold out in just five hours, and it took Amazon six months to get it back in stock. Now you can finally buy a Kindle again.
Almost all books now being published are also available on Kindle. New releases are just $9.99, even when their hardcover versions are $25 or more! Backcatalog pricing varies; paperbacks mostly cost $4 to $7.

Amazon Kindle Can Available from the Stores of the below mentioned countries

Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Philippines, Portugal, Poland, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom

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