Conclusion: With the Kindle Fire on the way - although we’ve yet to have a date of when this will come to the UK. It’s easy to think ‘I’ll hang on for that.’ And if you are looking for a tablet/e-reader that might be a wise move.
Conclusion: Amazon has done it again. With every iteration the Kindle gets cheaper, smaller, lighter and faster. By not messing with the store or interface, the Kindle 4 feels like your favourite ebook reader, streamlined.
Pros: Supremely light and compact, decent build quality for the price, lots of free content, basic web browsing
Cons: Where’s the keyboard? Home screen is starting to feel stale
Amazon's newest, cheapest, smallest, simplest Kindle is, we think, its best
Good Gear Guide.au
19 November 2010
Summary: Amazon's newest, cheapest, smallest, simplest Kindle is, we think, its best. You'll have to be interested in buying books, of course -- just having the Kindle isn't really enough to inspire you to begin reading, and even though there are plenty of cheap books you still have to buy them -- but the...
Pros: Thin, light and compact body, Excellent screen, Very cheap
Cons: Typing with the controller is a pain, Wi-Fi quietly drains the battery
Summary: Ah, it’s arrived then. Variously described as both the ‘iPod of books’ and the death of books, the Kindle is online superstore Amazon’s ereader system. We say system, not device, for although this gadget is called the Kindle 2, it’s part of an expanding infrastructure of Kindle services, including...