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Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Amazon,Kindle 3

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With a brighter, higher-contrast screen and a svelte, understated design, Amazon has finally nailed the Kindle. For now, this is the e-reader to beat.

There's still room to debate the virtues of E Ink (long battery life, paperlike readability) versus LCD screens (bright colors, no need for an Itty Bitty Book Light in the dark), but on balance, if it's reading you'll be doing, the Kindle is tops.

The company removed further objections to would-be purchasers by dropping the price to $140 (for the Wi-Fi edition; with free 3G wireless it costs $190) and continuing to expand its collection of e-books. And, of course, it's hard to visit without being blasted with offers to buy a Kindle — so it's no wonder that it's become the company's top-selling product.


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