Tuesday, 10 February 2009

it's much thinner than original at just .36 inches. there's also seven times more storage, a sharper 16-level e-ink display that turns pages 20 percent faster, 25 percent longer battery life, and a new five-way joystick that improves navigation.

The Original Kindle has been a hit, with the increasing popularity of e-books and e-zine, more people are begining to see the kindle as an everyday device, however the high price still prevents it form being widely used. I think its a great device and can also find many academic uses but may be we need a separate subsidised version for that.

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