Amazon has introduced the Kindle 2 wireless reading device. Early reviews indicate that it fixes most of the first generation Kindle’s shortcomings. It sounds like an upgrade in every way – an almost human-like reading voice, a basic web browser, a thinner case with better ergonomics – although its price is still high ($359.00). Users report that among their favorite features is that, unlike its competitors, the Kindle doesn’t ever need to be connected to a PC; it’s completely wireless and standalone. Steve Gibson positively loves his Kindle 2.
Amazon seems to have hit a home run with not just this product, but the whole Kindle system: wireless bookstore, easy downloading of books and periodicals from a huge selection, easy on the eyes paper-like display, and good battery lfe.
Now, if Amazon would just drop the price a bit . . .
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