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Kindle Touch 3G, Free 3G + Wi-Fi, 6″ E Ink Display



Top-of-the-line e-reader, with touch and free 3G wireless – Free 3G wireless, no annual contracts or monthly fees – Download books anywhere, no hunting for Wi-Fi hotspots – 3G wireless works globally – Most-advanced E Ink display, now with multi-touch – New sleek design – 8% lighter, 11% smaller, holds 3,000 books – Text-to-speech, plus audio books and mp3s – Massive book selection, over 800,000 titles are $9.99 or less – New – Borrow Kindle books from your public library

3 responses to “Kindle Touch 3G, Free 3G + Wi-Fi, 6″ E Ink Display”

  1. Writingtired says:

    First Kindle: Chose Touch over the Keyboard (UPDATED: 06/17/2012) I’ve had my Touch for almost a day now, and it’s pretty awesome. I’m not a big reviewer, but I figured several people may be in a similar position as I was yesterday, so here we go…I’m definitely an avid reader. Actually, as I type this, I have roughly 1000 books sitting on a wall of shelves behind me. E-readers have always intrigued me, but I’ve never felt like they were worth $199 or more; however, when the Kindle Fire was announced, I thought they had released the Kindle for me.I watched video reviews, “hands-on” videos, read numerous reviews, etc. I was pretty sure that I wanted a Fire, but as I thought about it, I wasn’t convinced that the Fire really provided me with access to anything that I couldn’t do on my phone (HTC Inspire 4g). Other than a bigger screen, the Fire was actually pretty limited (for my purposes). I mean, I would only be able to use the browser and watch videos in areas with WiFi (i.e. at home, at work, or at retail location with…

  2. Scott says:

    A Solid Successor to the Kindle Keyboard UPDATE October 2012: This device is now discontinued, and I would strongly recommend the over it if given the option.For my review, I’m going to focus it on the differences between the previous (which I’ll refer to as the K3), and the Kindle Touch (KT)USE – As far as the reading experience, I really like the touch compared to the physical buttons on the previous generation. At first I was worried that I would constantly be turning the page from accidentally touching the screen, but this didn’t become much of an issue. The screen is broken up into mapped sections, so if you touch the far left side that covers about 1″ of the left of the screen, it goes to the previous page. If you touch anywhere on the other…

  3. T. Tom says:

    A worthy upgrade over other Kindles! Please watch my video review here. Thanks for watching and I hope it helps.General observations:- Controlling/manipulating things on the screen is so much easier with the touch screen-it’s a lot more intuitive!- Athough I don’t show it in the video, you can swipe instead of tap to turn pages. You may also use your left hand to page forward by tapping slightly more in from the left edge. It works quite well.- Looking up a word is as easy as pressing on that word. No more fumbling with a 5-way controller. You can additionally highlight blocks of text quite easily by just swiping over it.- Kindle Touch also has the new X-Ray feature which is really neat. It can be interesting to see a summary listing of facts from a given book about a person mentioned for instance. The Kindle Keyboard does not include this feature.

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