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Finally, an e-reader that’s budget-friendlier.
Amazon has just announced the release of a cheaper, ad-supported version of the Kindle e-reader.
For only $ 114, e-book enthusiasts can now own the latest WiFi Kindle for $114, down from its original price of $139, with the device’s usual trademark screensavers of famous authors replaced with advertisements and special deals. Ad are also displayed at the bottom of the e-reader’s homescreen.
The new Kindle will also be giving its users special, and exclusive Groupon-inspired deals such as $10 for a $20 Amazon gift card or 50% off a Roku streaming video player.
The ad-free WiFi Kindle is still available for $139 while the 3G-enabled version sells for $189.
Preorders for the new Kindle began today. The devices are expected to ship early next month.View Article Source »
Tablets wars is slowly becoming a deadly game. It is a fierce competition that only the fittest can survive. To edge you up, Gadg brings you a round-up of some of the brands that are likely to become the next iPad killers.
Apple is the brand the redefined the world of technolgy. The company invented the iPod and portable music is never the same again. It was followed by the iPhone which brought huge wave to the mobile phone industry. Recently came iPad, and it turned the field of tablet computers upside down.
The iPad caused so much hyped that people narrowed their tablet choice only to it. Looking at the bigger picture, there are actually hundreds of tablets available in the market today that can compete with the features of the iPad.
To change such iPad mindset, Gadg listed down ten tablet alternatives which are also packed with features but with cheaper price tags.
See the list after the break.
Have you start writing your wish list? Let us help with completing your holiday must-haves with the things enumerated below.
This holiday season, people have the money to spend on luxurious items. But wait, before you start your hoilday shopping, why not read the best gadgets listed below. Check out the top devices which made it to the list. These gadgets are the best things that companies like Apple, Sony, Microsoft, Samsung, HTC and Nintendo can offer. Choose the things you want on your wish list. Included in the list are cameras, games consoles, cellphone and even a car.
See the ultimate wish list after the skip.Read the rest of the article »
"It's a Kindle. A $139. I payed more for this sunglasses." The Kindle 3 TV ad aims to dethrone iPad.
Amazon has thrown on purpose a blow over over Apple, when they released a TV ad that takes on the shortcomings of Apple iPad.
The ad was aired today at Good Morning America. It promotes the new Kindle 3 and its $139 price. Much lower than the iPad. It actually mocks the Apple gadget and the comparison is quite reasonable. Two of the main key points of Amazon is that with iPad it is impossible to read when the sun is up and all bright. And the fact that Kindle costs far less than iPad.
Kindle 3 may not have the color, but with the large market place to shop for apps and the screen is better. All the more it is more responsive, updated via e-ink screen and month’s worth of battery life more affordable that price point.
Amazon throughly believes that the product’s price will convince people to buy the device and make it more popular than iPad. It has done pretty good, considering the fact that Kindle 3 is now the fastest selling Kindle ever.View Article Source »
Perhaps it is a version issue. Amazon has released two word-creation games available for download for your Kindle--well, not everybody's Kindles.
We know that Amazon wants to maintain Kindle’s primary reputation as a reading device. But as of today, the company has published two word-power booster games, Shuffled Row and Every Word, for Kindle users’ recreation. Both are supposed to be available, free of charge, to two generations of Kindle. But while Kindle 2 users are […]Read the rest of the article »
The press release did mention that the e-Book reader equips users with 3G power. A closer look at the user guide points to the tiny feature that can make dreams of face-to-face conference come true. Well, who could have imagined a video call possibility without the presence of a microphone?
It is a sweet addition to the banner features of the New Kindle (remember, snappy screen, increased storage, and longer battery life?). And it is a smart number Amazon did there–perhaps they were already seeing Kindle users benefiting from the 3G feature as well.
But the feature will remain dormant until Amazon decides to activate it. While its fellow pleasurable yet unheralded features will come in handy with the third generation of Kindle, stuff like the Oxford Dictionary of English for the UK version, the device manual indicates that the microphone is currently disabled but is provided for future use.View Article Source »
Get ready for the new version of Kindle. It's 21% smaller and 15% lighter than its predecessor. Coming your way this August.
We all perceived the possibilities and now its for real. Today, Amazon introduced a new version of the Kindle, the reading device for e-book geeks. The hand held device to be released on August 27 is 21% smaller and 15% lighter than its predecessor.
To add up features on this new sweet, there are two radio configuration, $139 for the WiFi only version and $189 for the 3G one with AT&T network to work with.Read the rest of the article »
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