The E-Reader Wonder That Is Amazon Kindle
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Amazon Kindle is wireless portable reader designed by Amazon.com to allow their customers and users to download various books, magazines, blogs, and electronic newspapers to a type of display that appears like real paper. The Kindle breaks the stereotype that most e-books have: that they are not as convenient and handy as real books are. For people who enjoy a good book, Amazon Kindle enables them to order reading material online without having to hook up to a computer or any other device that connects to the Internet. This is because Amazon Kindle is equipped with its very own wireless connection.
Amazon Kindle eliminates the need for people having to buy real books or other hard copy documents. It can provide all the references a person needs, anytime and anywhere. The device comes with a standard keyboard that allows browsing through various Kindle libraries and even Wikipedia. People can even play MP3 files while reading, should the mood strike them.
What is even more amazing is that using Amazon Kindle will not result in monthly bills for wireless usage or any other service plan charges. Amazon.com takes care of all of these. Kindle uses the technology of 3G network, usually the domain of more advanced mobile phones, enabling it to deliver content through a wireless system. In fact, Amazon has changed the face of the e-book market with Kindle, the first ever device of its kind.
For people who enjoy good books, and who purchase regularly from Amazon.com, the Kindle is a godsend in e-book technology.