Tuesday, December 20, 2011

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Kindle Fire Newsstand to feature over 400 full-color Magazines and Newspapers

Amazon Kindles for sale  is adding more information about the features and benefits that come with the launch of its first touchscreen tablet,  Kindles Fire.
On Friday, the company announced that more than over 400 full-color Magazines and Newspapers will be available in the Kindle Fire Newsstand including Wired, Men’s Health, Cosmopolitan, Glamour, Elle and Popular Science. Kindle Fire customers will also be able to enjoy a free three-month trial of premier magazines including Vanity Fair, GQ and Glamour. The featured newspapers in the Kindle Fire Newsstand include The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, The Washington Post, the Onion, Financial Times, Los Angeles Times and San Francisco Chronicle.
All other magazines and newspapers will be available through free 14 days trial.
“We think Kindle Fire customers will love the beautiful, intuitive reading experience we’ve built for their favorite magazines such as Us Weekly, The New Yorker, and Reader’s Digest,” said Russ Grandinetti, Vice President, Kindle Content. “The response from publishers has been overwhelmingly positive and they are excited to make their magazines and newspapers available on Kindle Fire, and we’re adding new titles all the time.”
More information about the Kindle Fire Newsstand can be found here.

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Monday, August 22, 2011

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See the trend here? Toss in ads, subsidize the device and lower the price. A $99 e-reader won’t be a stretch in the near future.
AT&T will offer deals and sponsored screensavers. Another key point for AT&T: It will also make money from the wholesale wireless connections on the back end.
Ralph de la Vega, president and CEO of AT&T Mobility, said that the  Kindles for sale 3G is the “the fastest-growing connected device on the AT&T network.”
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Tuesday, August 9, 2011

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    I'm a first-time kindles for sale owner, so I have nothing to "compare" the latest Kindle to. I don't own a Nook. I don't own an iPad (and, in any case, that's comparing apples to oranges). I don't have a Sony e-reader. '

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    4. It's lightweight, even with the attached cover (I have an Amazon cheapest kindles cover with a built-in light)
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    7. I can order a book and start reading it in less than 60 seconds. Nice!
    8. Portability... I can take 3,000 books with me when I travel for work and not require additional suitcases or baggage fees.

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    1. Buttons are too close together and are laid out oddly.
    2. Lack of individual number buttons is frustrating.
    3. Power button on the bottom? Not a bad thing. Just an odd thing. (Same for the headphone input). I usually rest the "bottom" of a book on my lap when I read.

    Things I hope change in the future?
    1. How books are organized... When I put a book in a collection (which is actually a "tag"), it still appears in the main list. It's not actually "moved", it's merely associated.
    2. The look of the main screen. I'd like "folders" or some other way to display "collections".
    3. Ability to create personal "screen savers."
    4. E-book pricing, though Amazon has little control over this. Still, most titles are the same price as or less than their hardback/paperback counterparts. (And I'm not opposed to paying more for convenience and portability).

    Things that don't bother me regarding other reviews?
    1. The browser is experimental. Amazon has created a dedicated e-reader, and it's meant to be used to read. Period. Not browse the web. If you want to browse the web, get a computer -- not an e-reader.
    2. The Cheapest Kindles is not an mP3 player, either. Yes, it's nice to have some classical music playing in the background while I read, but I don't need to see the title of the song, album art, etc. (And you can skip from track to track on the Kindles for sale using shortcut keys).
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    Kindle vs. Nook (updated 1/2/2011), August 28, 2010
    Ron Cronovich “Ron” (Kenosha, WI) –
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    This review is from:  Kindles for sale 3G, Free 3G + Wi-Fi, 3G Works Globally, 6″ Display with New E Ink Pearl Technology (Electronics)
    If you’re trying to choose between a Nook and a Cheapest Kindles, perhaps I can help. My wife and I have owned a Nook (the original one, not the new Nook Color), a Kindle 2, and a Kindles for sale DX. When Amazon announced the Cheap Kindle 3 this summer, we pre-ordered two Kindles for sale 3′s: the wi-fi only model in graphite, and the wi-fi + 3G model in white. They arrived in late August and we have used them very regularly since then. For us, Best buy Kindle is better than Nook, but Nook is a good device with its own advantages that I will discuss below. I’ll end this review with a few words about the Nook Color.
    First, reasons why we prefer the Kindle:
    * Speed
    In our experience, the Kindle is very zippy compared to the Nook. Page refresh speed (the time it takes a new page to appear after you push the page-turn button) was WAY quicker on Kindle 2 than on Nook, and it’s quicker yet on Kindle 3. Yet, I read a whole book on the Nook and didn’t find the slower page refresh to be annoying – you get used to it, and it’s not a problem.
    For me, the more important speed difference concerns navigation – moving the cursor around the screen, for example to pick a book from your library, or to jump to a chapter by selecting it in the table of contents. On  Kindles for sale, you do this by pushing a 5-way rocker button, and the cursor moves very quickly. On Nook, you do this by activating the color LCD touchscreen (which normally shuts off when not in use, to conserve battery). A “virtual rocker button” appears on the screen, and you touch it to move the cursor. Unfortunately, the Nook cursor moves very sluggishly. This might not be a big deal to you, but it really got annoying to me, especially since my wife’s Kindle was so quick and responsive.
    In November 2010, Nook got a software upgrade that increases page refresh speed and makes navigation more responsive. I returned my Nook months ago, so I cannot tell you if the Nook’s performance is now equal to the Kindle’s, but Nook owners in the comments section have convinced me that the software update improves the experience of using the Nook. If performance is a big factor in your decision, visit a Best Buy and compare Kindles for sale and Nook side by side.
    * Screen contrast
    You’ve seen Amazon’s claims that the Kindle 3 e-ink has 50% better contrast than Kindle 2 or other e-ink devices. I have no way of precisely measuring the improvement in contrast, but I can tell you that the Kindle 3 display definitely has more contrast than Kindle 2 or Nook. The difference is noticeable, and important: more screen contrast means less eyestrain when reading in poorly lit rooms.
    In well-lit rooms, the Nook and Kindle 2 have enough contrast to allow for comfortable reading. But I often read in low-light conditions, like in bed at night, or in a poorly lit room. In these situations, reading on Nook or Kindle 2 was a bit uncomfortable and often gave me a mild headache. When I got the Kindle 3, the extra contrast was immediately noticeable, and made it more comfortable to read under less-than-ideal lighting conditions. (If you go with a Nook, just make sure you have a good reading lamp nearby.)
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    The Nook’s color LCD touch screen drains its battery quickly – I could never get more than 5 days out of a charge. The Kindles for sale 2 had longer battery life than the Nook, and Cheapest Kindle 3 has even longer life: in the 3 months since we received our Kindles for sale 3′s, we typically get 3 weeks of battery life between charges. (We keep wireless off about half the time to save battery power.)
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    Nook weighs about 3 ounces more than the new Kindle, and you can really feel the difference. Without a case, Nook is still light enough to hold in one hand for long reading sessions without fatigue. But in a case, Nook is a heavy sucker. The new Kindles for sale 3 is so light, even in a case, we find it comfortable holding in one hand for long reading sessions.
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    If you need help with your nook, you can take it to any barnes and noble and get a real human to help. You can take your nook into the coffee shop section of your local B&N store and read any book for free for up to one hour per day. When you take your nook to B&N, some in-store special deals and the occasional free book pop up on your screen.
    * User-replaceable battery
    Rechargeable batteries eventually lose their ability to hold a charge. Nook’s battery is user-replaceable and relatively inexpensive. To replace  Kindle’s battery, Amazon wants you to ship your Kindle to Amazon, and they will ship you back a DIFFERENT Kindle than the one you sent (it’s the same model, for example if you send a white  Kindle 3, you get a white Cheap Kindle 3 back, but you get a “refurbished” one, NOT the exact one…

    Jeffrey Stanley
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    Worth the money. Not perfect, but very very good for start to finish novels in good light, August 31, 2010
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    This review is from:  Kindles for sale, Wi-Fi, Graphite, 6″ Display with New E Ink Pearl Technology (Electronics).
    The Kindles for sale is my first e-ink reader. I own an iPad, an iPhone, and have owned a Windows-based phone in the past that I used as an ereader.
    My overall impression of the device is good.
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    I’d honestly rather read linear (read from page one to the end, one page at a time) fiction from it than a book, because I can’t always get comfortable with a book. Hardcovers are sometimes a bit heavy, and paperbacks don’t always lie open easily. The  Kindle is incredibly light and thin. I can hold it in one hand easily. The page turn buttons are conveniently located. Page-turns aren’t instant, but they’re probably quicker than turning a physical page in a printed book (there are just a lot more page-turns unless you choose a small font). The contrast is better than other ereaders I’ve seen. There is zero eye strain in good light. My eyesight isn’t the greatest and I like being able to increase the font size and read without glasses. I love being able to browse the Kindle store and read samples before deciding to purchase. The “experimental” browser is surprisingly usable, but isn’t great. It is useful for browsing wikipedia and blogs. The biggest drawback to the browser is the awkward pointer navigation, using the 5-way pad. It syncs your furthest read page over the internet so you can pick up where you left off using your iPhone or iPad.
    The so-so:
    The  kindles store could use more categories and sorting options. You can’t sort by “top rated,” and there is no category for “alternate histories,” for example. Finding a very-specific type of fiction relies on keyword searches, which don’t do a great job. The wifi sometimes doesn’t connect before it times-out. You rarely need the wifi, but it is annoying if you change a setting, answer “OK” to the prompt to connect, and the thing tells you it failed to connect two seconds later (the exact moment it indicates that it did finally connect, then you need to go back to update the setting again). Most settings don’t require a connection, but it is a minor annoyance. Most of your time will be spent reading, and of course your books are stored on the device and a connection is not required. Part of me wishes I’d bought the  kindles 3G model, because the browser is good enough that having lifetime free 3G wireless would be worth the extra money. Magazines don’t look very good and are not very easy to navigate. There is minor glare in some lighting conditions, mostly when a lamp is positioned behind the reader’s head.
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    The contrast is fair to poor in dim light. It is much easier to read a printed page in dim light. In good light, contrast is on par with a pulp paperback. In dim light it feels almost like reading from an old Palm Pilot (resolution is better than an old Palm, but contrast is bad in dim light). The screen is small enough that the frequency of page turns is pretty high. Even in good light, the light gray background is less pleasant than the eggshell background of a printed page. You must tell it to sync before you switch it off, if you expect the feature allowing you to pick up where you left off using other devices to work correctly. The copy protection prevents you from using the files on anything other than  Kindle software or devices.
    Vs iPad:
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