The Amazon Kindle 2

Posted On March 8, 2009

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The Amazon Kindle 2 must be a book worm’s idea of technology heaven.  Gone are the days of reading the written word on the very paper it was written on. No more having to keep one hand free to turn pages, doggy-earing pages you want to come back to next day, worrying about termites eating into your precious library, or scouring way side book stores and vendors for that book you always wanted to read.Amazon Kindle 2

The Kindle 2 has redefined the reading experience. Simply download and read. I remember, in the not-so-distant past, people used to imagine of a world that was so technologically advanced that books were extinct. Instead they had a technological device that held all the books they ever wanted to read. Guess Amazon decided that it no longer need be someone’s imagination.

Slim as a pencil, this cool e-book lets you read books, newspapers, magazines, and even blogs.  Barely 10.2 ounces in weight, this is your ultimate library when you are traveling light! Check out this video demo here.

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What I like best about it is that it is glare-free, so you can even read it in broad daylight without the sun shining in your eyes, and it has long battery life.

It hold over 1,500 books, imagine! That’s more books than my real library has. And all those books that I am dying to read, but are just not available in local bookstores – suddenly within my reach!

And stores even have really cool Kindle covers in a wide range of colors. This is the idea of heaven if you love books, a lot and technology, and even more style!

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You know, maybe in the near future, we would see authors having e-book signings! Gosh! I would love to have an e-book signed by J.K.Rowling!

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One Response to “The Amazon Kindle 2”

  1. kevin dorsey

    I agree.

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