Kindle 3 Review – Wireless Reading Device With Wi-Fi & 6″ Display

October 14, 2010, By Alex Ion

Do you own an older version of Kindle? If so, you probably want to find out more on the new Kindle, Kindle 3. If you’ve never owned one, I imagine you’re interested to know more about what it can do.

Let’s start by saying that Kindle is one of the most popular e-book reading device in the word and that the new version has all the chances to consolidate this reputation, considering the fact that Kindle 3 is smaller and lighter than the previous model.

One of the major improvements that you will notice is the fact that Kindle 3 has a contrast that is better by up to 50% than Kindle 2, which does definitely improve the reading experience. That means you won’t have any issues reading while being in direct sunlight. On top of that, you will now be capable to turn the pages faster, so the entire reading experience will be different. And the battery, imagine it can work for 1 month without any charge …

But the most important aspect is the memory size that can now store up to 3500 books — almost double compared to Kindle 2. Another interesting fact is that now you have to pick between the white and the new graphite model

It certainly looks like Amazon has the know-how to improve this product every year, delivering more value to the end user. Kindle 3 is a one-of-a-kind reading device — it’s hard to beat it at what it does best, reading ebooks. And for the price it has, it’s no wonder why so many people do make this choice …

Verdict: yeah, it’s a great holiday gift for anyone you care about.

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