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Kindle DX, Free 3G, 9.7″ E Ink Display, 3G Works Globally



Kindle DX has a 9.7″ diagonal E-ink screen which is ideal for a broad range of reading material, including graphic-rich books, PDFs, newspapers, magazines, and blogs. Unlike backlit computer or LCD screens, Kindle DX’s display looks and reads like real paper, with no glare.

Free 3G wireless – no monthly payments, no annual contracts. Download books anywhere, anytime. Eight adjustable text sizes, perfect for large print reading Long battery life. Read for two to three weeks on a single charge. Carry and read personal or business documents, including PDFs Massive book selection. Lowest prices. Over a million titles less than $9.99.

Product Features

  • Free 3G Wireless

3 responses to “Kindle DX, Free 3G, 9.7″ E Ink Display, 3G Works Globally”

  1. Alexander Scherr says:

    Different and Better I have owned both Kindle 1 and Kindle 2, so I’m already committed to the basic idea: e-ink reading in a slim form factor with excellent connectivity to a large selection of books and subscriptions. I have come to rely on my Kindle experience, and it has seriously enhanced my reading.The DX was not an obvious upgrade for me, but two features put me over the edge: the larger screen, and the native PDF reader. I now have the DX in my hands, and can report PROS, CONS, and NEUTRALS:PROS:– the larger screen is a definite plus. I use the larger type size on my Kindle 2 (older eyes), and at this type size I get far more text per page on the DX. This makes the whole reading experience more book-like (and should be a boon to people who buy large-print books.)– the screen is also sharper and crisper than my Kindle 2 in a side-by-side comparison: the text is darker, and the contrast is much better, making for better visibility overall…

  2. Susan Lynn Umpleby "Susan Lynn Umpleby" says:

    DX not quite all that–but has been improved a bit This review was written back when the DX first came out and–as has been brought to my attention–needs to be updated a bit. I will indicate where things have changed for the better within the body of the review:I owned the K1 and then the K2 and love them both, so I was really looking forward to the DX. My plan was to use the DX at home, and keep my K2 for carrying all over creation with me. It wasn’t long, though, after my DX arrived the day before yesterday before disappointment set in.Don’t get me wrong, there is a LOT to like about the DX:1) Pictures are awesome on it, if the publisher formats them properly.2) Those who complain about darkness of text on their K2 (a problem I’ve never had, btw) will be thrilled by the DX’s very dark text.EDIT: LIKE THE KINDLE 3, THE DX NOW SPORTS A NEW E-INK DISPLAY THAT HAS MUCH BETTER CONTRAST, SO TEXT & PICTURES REALLY “POP.”3) The ability to rotate the screen is great…

  3. C. Tipton says:

    From a first time Kindle buyer: Good, but not perfect First off, I am a first time kindle buyer, so this review will be more geared to those buyers thinking of entering into the kindle market, not a comparison of past editions.My first impression of the Kindle DX was that it was actually very small compared to what I expected. The entire device is slightly smaller (in height and width) than a piece of paper, with the screen taking up approximately 85-90% of the front. This was actually a nice surprise, since I wanted something very portable, but good for magazines/research articles. After seeing the size of the DX, I think a K2 would have been way too small for what I want. At the same time, the device is very hefty. Picking it up, it becomes almost tiring to hold up in one hand for too long (another reason I think this one is better geared toward short articles instead of extended novel reading). It has a nice solid feel to it, but for some reason I was expecting it to be lighter.The kindle only takes a couple of…

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