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7.9 out of 10

Amazon Kindle 3

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Overall 8

Amazon Kindle 3

28 August 2010
  • Conclusion: Amazon has become the one to beat in terms of hardware, book selection, customer service and price. The $139 Kindle 3 with WiFi is a wonderful reader for an impressively low price. The 3G + WiFi version manages to come in $10 cheaper than the Nook (we don't recommend we make your choice based on such a small price difference), and Sony's readers have come down in price but still can't match the Kindle experience.
  • Pros: Smaller, less expensive and higher contrast display., Pro: Great price on both readers, lovely hardware, improved keyboard, lighter, smaller and better looking. Access to Amazon's huge selection of ebooks and a good selection of periodicals. Very easy to use and easy to get books on the Kindle. Pearl E-Ink display is by far the best among E-Ink displays and first gen Kindle owners will particularly notice the improvement. New Webkit browser is much more capable, thoug...
  • Cons: Still locked into the Amazon store, no ePUB support., Con: No ePUB support means no shopping around for your ebooks and no library books.
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Overall 7

Amazon Kindle 3 review

PC Advisor
4 December 2010
  • Summary: The third-generation Amazon Kindle is unlike any other e-book reader we've handled before. We get to grips with a slimmer, nippier Kindle.
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