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Free book samples, Next Page button on both sides, Changing number of words per line.
Easy wireless downloading. Build quality and experience
Sleek, works out of the box
Beautiful Design (Appleinspired perhaps?), Free “Whispernet” Mobile Internet, Fast content delivery, Large Title Library (Amazon.com!), EInk scre...
Great screen. Instant access to hundreds of thousands of books. Sexy small and light. Holds 1,500 books. No monthly fee.
Best keyboard on any e-book reader to date; 2GB of internal storage; slimmer, sturdier, and smarter hardware design than the original Kindle
Enhanced design, New crisper and clearer display, Textto speech functionality.
Great screen for reading; tiny size; hundreds of thousands of books instantly available.
Easy to use, Great display, no glare outside, Whispernet / Online store, Sync with other Kindle enabled devices (iPhone)
Easy access to new content, Converts many different document types, Comes with free 3G access, Wide selection of books, Supports audiobooks
Lets you buy and download ebooks wirelessly, Improved screen text, and a slimmer profile.
Slimmer design with improved display, Excellent battery life, Expanded storage, Convenient built-in dictionary, Fast wireless downloads
Slimmer and sleeker looking than the original Kindle; large library of tens of thousands of e-books, newspapers, magazines, and blogs via Amazons familiar online store; built-in free wireless "Whispernet" data network--no PC needed; built-in keyboard ...
Idering this is only the second generation and is half the price of the first Kindle, that’s not too bad. But listen up, Amazon, I have high expectations for the Kindle 3!
Garish looks. Big for its screen size. Locked into Amazon
No expandable memory
No Image/PDF Zoom (very bad when reading textbooks), No SD Card Slot (the Kindle 1 had this! Without this, the storage capacity is sorely limited), No Userreplaceable battery (when the battery dies—too bad (ol...
Expensive. No direct PDF support. Needs a protective case.
Expensive; lacks native PDF support; no SD-card slot
No backlight, Still somewhat expensive.
Too expensive; screen is black and white; proprietary book format.
Expensive, Wireless feature can drain battery quickly
A bit hard to use at times, Not as stylish as the Sony reader, Limited support for free books, *
Joystick nav and buttons are stiff and awkward, Need to use menu to disable wireless
Expensive, Some popular books not available, Battery not user-replaceable
No expansion slot for adding more memory or accessing files; files such as PDFs and Word documents arent natively supported, and need to be converted at 10 cents a pop by Amazon; no protective carrying case included; battery is sealed into the device ...
By Canadian Reviewer on July 08, 2010
By Gadjo Cardenas SevillaYou can thank the iPad, and the Barnes and Noble Nook, and the Sony Reader....heck, even the Kobo Reader. All that competition has shaken and stirred Amazon to reduce the price of their Kindle 2 ebook reader to a sensible US...
By Zath UK on March 29, 2010
The Amazon Kindle 2, and the e-book market in general, certainly has an extremely bright future ahead of it. Amazon have made a good job of correcting the multitude of errors they made with the original model, and the Kindle 2 is an extremely capable...
By Pocket-lint on March 12, 2010
Take the Kindle because you always buy from Amazon and you are happy with their content, or you'd love to be able to walk out the door with your edition of The Telegraph already on the device. If you are happy to shop around and connect your ebook...
By Bit-tech.net on January 10, 2010
The Amazon Kindle has a distinct edge over the other two eBook readers in terms of hardware, as it's an all-in-one device with WiFi, 3G and a QWERTY keyboard. However, we have heavy reservations about the proprietary file format and the fact that...
By GamerWok on January 04, 2010
I have to admit that when I first heard about Amazon’s latest wireless reading device, the Kindle 2, I was convinced that no one in their right mind would ever buy it; let alone pay $259.00 US for it! But knowing how much I love to read, my...
By Macworld UK on December 31, 2009
What makes the Kindle 2 unique is that it uses the 3G network to deliver content. This means you can subscribe to a digital edition of a newspaper and have it wired to you every morning. You can also buy books and download them in less than a minute,...
By Macworld on December 21, 2009
E-books have numerous benefits. Eliminating paper saves resources. E-book readers take up little room in travelers' backpacks and purses, and yet can store the equivalent of a whole bookshelf. You don't have to go anywhere to buy or borrow an...
By Expert Reviews on December 15, 2009
Kindle ties you into Amazon's proprietary format, but the hardware is good and you can buy books from practically anywhere....
By Stuff.tv on December 02, 2009
Not the subtlest way into ebooks but, for Amazonians, the Kindle’s perfect...
By TechRadar on November 25, 2009
Though the Amazon Kindle 2 uses the same E Ink technology as the ebook readers from Sony, iRex, Hanlin and others, Amazon's ebook reader is a bit special. It has a 3G connection built in so that, without having to hunt for a Wi-Fi hotspot or even...
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