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==== ==== Hey everyone, I wanted to share about the Amazon Kindle because since I got mine this Christmas, I don't know how I would do without it. Not to mention, it is a tenth of the price of an iPad or iPad 2 :) http://goo.gl/RmZWY ==== ====

In a nutshell, the Amazon Kindle eBook Reader is reading made easy, comfortable and fun. Those who have actual experience with this marvel of a device will surely attest to that. It's great in many ways and the e-book reader's most underrated attribute must arguably be the quality of the display. The screen is such a boon to those of us who are struggling with old sightedness. For the first time in a long time, a great number of senior folks are reading more, faster and longer. People buy Amazon Kindle for different reasons. Cutting-edge technology is a foremost one and the e-book reader oozes that all over, not least in its display. After all, reading is about viewing text and the display screen is where it physically starts. They say that Amazon's aim was to simulate the paper book but many users will swear from first-hand experience that the high resolution electronic paper technology on the Kindle has actually surpassed its own very benchmark. Many older readers are beset with eye strain from reading conventional print or the computer screen. Over time, they are resigned to fatigued eyes as part and parcel of reading. Nothing is further from the truth and the Electronic Ink Digital Display of the Amazon Kindle proves that. Kindle readers notice that tired eyes are a thing of the past even for those who indulge in prolonged or binge reading. For bi-focal or reading glass users, the effect will be all the more profound. The brilliance of this mobile reading device display lies in the hi-tech virtual ink and the electronic paper. It boasts 16 levels of gray-scale shades in state-of-the-art resolution to give a printed paper look more consistently and with even less glare than the conventional paper print. Ink is indeed used but is displayed in particle form electronically. There's no backlight as is standard in lesser electronic displays so it actually reads even better in bright sunlight. Aesthetically, the Kindle is classy and stylish, yet modest. After all, the top design objective at Amazon was to make the Kindle disappear so you get 'lost in your reading, not the technology'. The ergonomics are superb with the display centrally placed and occupying the best part of the real estate like a good video appliance should. The look and feel is so close to a real paperback that one could be caught absent-mindedly trying to dog-ear the Kindle. Another important factor is how the Kindle display helps to preserve your eyesight in good health. That could jolly well be the most important feature of all if you want to keep on reading. If they could talk, your eyes would be crying out to read only on the Kindle. With 480,000 pixels on the 6 inch screen to project that hi-definition display to your eyes' comfort plus the option to zoom in on images, that's easy to see why you should buy Amazon Kindle, quite literally.


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==== ==== Hey everyone, I wanted to share about the Amazon Kindle because since I got mine this Christmas, I don't know how I would do without it. Not to mention, it is a tenth of the price of an iPad or iPad 2 :) http://goo.gl/RmZWY ==== ====

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Hey everyone, I wanted to share about the Amazon Kindle because since I got mine this Christmas, I don't know how I would do without it. Not...