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Kindle, Amazon's popular eBook reader, is probably one of the most important items on a book lover's shopping list. The third generation Kindle devices, Kindle Wi-Fi and 3G are very popular and easy to use, and give you access to Amazon's insanely huge collection of over 1 million eBooks and periodicals, as well as their audio books and classics. So which one you want to have Kindle Wi-Fi or 3G? The best features of these devices are their long battery life and ability to go 'online' anywhere, anytime. Here are their common features: * 6 inch, 600x800 pixels E Ink Pearl display * Freescale 532 MHz ARM-11 CPU * 4GB Storage * 256MB RAM * 802.11 b/g Wi-Fi * USB 2.0 port * 3.5mm Stereo Headphone Jack * Built-in Stereo Speakers While you are considering about Kindle Wi-Fi or 3G, you need to figure out the vital features both of these gadgets are offering. The Kindle 3 is a relatively handy little device, measuring about 7.5 inches high and 4.8 inches wide. It's thickness is 0.34 inches. Both devices weigh in at less than 250 grams, so you definitely won't have any trouble carrying them around. Thin, small, and lightweight seems to be Amazon's motto with their Kindle line. The DX version comes with a 9-inch screen so it is a bit larger and heavier, but the Kindle 3 is built for carrying around wherever you go. The only difference between the two models is the inclusion of an EVDO/CDMA AnyDATA wireless modem in the 3G version. It allows the device to connect to Amazon's Whispernet to


download eBooks and other content from their website. Other than that, both devices offer you an unbelievable battery life, up to two months if you keep your wireless off, and come with enough storage space to save up to 3,500 eBooks or periodicals. Looking at Amazon's collection of over a million books including best sellers, and over 1.8 million "free, out of copyright" books as well. That is probably one of the largest collections of eBooks available from one source. Throw in Amazon's Kindle Library to archive all your purchased books for free and Kindle's ReadTo-Me feature, you've got a powerpacked eBook reader that you'll be hard-pressed to put down. However, their best feature is the display; whether you're out in sunlight, or sitting in your room at night with your lights off, you won't have any trouble reading. This is due to the E Ink Pearl technology that they've employed in all their new Kindle readers. It gives 50% better contrast than their last offering and also reduces glare in direct sunlight. Kindle Wi-Fi or 3G - Which is better for you? With the tassel between Kindle Wi-Fi or 3G, you need to take in to consideration some vital points. This depends entirely on your usage. If you are one of those people that travel a lot, are always on the go, and don't want to wait till you have access to a Wi-Fi hotspot, then the 3G version is for you. That said, Wi-Fi is pretty popular nowadays and you can find a free hotspot almost everywhere in most urban spaces. That said, you don't always find Wi-Fi everywhere, and that's where 3G really comes in handy. The key thing here is that even though the 3G version is a bit expensive and you might be thinking that you'll have to pay a hefty subscription fee every month but that isn't the case. Amazon's Whispernet service is actually free to use if you download content from Amazon.com. There is one more solution but that would require you to carry a Wi-Fi hotspot around with you. Most expensive smart phones have an option that turns them into wireless routers but they are really expensive, not to mention the data charges. Like I said earlier, what device you go for, the Kindle Wi-Fi or 3G, depends entirely on your usage. There is one more consideration. Amazon's 3G based Whispernet doesn't work everywhere. If you're outside the US, you might want to check their coverage map to see if the service is available in your area. However, you can always use Wi-Fi to connect to Amazon's bookstore and download content without any problems. So Kindle Wi-Fi or 3G?

Jill Fox is a writer who specialises in sports and outdoor activities, and personal tech products. You can check out her latest website at Kindle 3g vs Wi-fi where she provides unbiased reviews and buying advice for this latest personal tech craze, including information on Kindle Wi-fi or 3G and much much more.


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