Smaller and slimmer size.
Higher contrast display is better than ever, makes books super easy to read in any environment.
WebKit browser is a nice touch.
Higher-contrast screen than its predecessor.
Smarter button layout.
4GB capacity (enough space for 3,500 books).
Wide selection of books, magazines, and blogs.
Speedy page turns.
Higher contrast screen.
Interface is a bit sluggish and not very fluid.
Side buttons feel a bit cheap.
Memory not expandable.
Battery is sealed in device.
No support for EPub format.
Store access can be sluggish.
PDF handling remains weak.
Still the same DRM, no touchscreen navigation, the book-light case is too costly.
By Tech2 on May 02, 2011
The Amazon Kindle is an excellent eBook reader. Its a little restricted than other eBook readers in the sense that you cant simply dump a load of eBooks on the Kindle and start reading them. Its a great reading experience and...80
By GadgetSpeak on March 18, 2011
Having looked at two earlier models that were only available from Amazon.Com, here after a very long wait I get to sample the joys of the latest sleek offering that at long last is available from Amazon in the...88
By V3.co.uk on November 26, 2010
At this price the new Kindle is an absolute bargain Good points Well built and looks good; cheap; easy to buy books Bad points Most books must be bought through Amazon; key tops rubbed off; doesnt display diagrams well...100
By Trusted Reviews on October 06, 2010
The technology industry loves early adopters and without them there is no doubt the sector would not move at the same jet propelled pace it does. That said sometimes the waiting game does pay off and there are few better examples of this than...90
By Chip Chick on August 28, 2010
So being a virgin to this whole crazy world of the Amazon Kindle I have to say I may actually enjoy its delectable delights. Not only is the Kindle Wi-Fi 3rd generation super adorable and a great travel companion, the battery life is impressive, it...-
By PC Mag on August 23, 2010
The latest edition's improvements aren't revolutionary, but the Amazon Kindle remains the best dedicated ebook reader on the market....80
By PCWorld on August 22, 2010
The third-generation Kindle is the first to truly make e-reading an appealing proposition....90
By Wired on August 22, 2010
Though Amazon.com wont say how many units it has sold, its Kindle e-reader has been a tremendous success for the e-commerce giant. Some analysts estimate Amazon sold 3 million before this year, and will double that total in 2010. Despite some...90
By Macworld Australia on March 15, 2010
Amazons Kindle, with its 6in display and built-in 3G wireless is the leader in the burgeoning market for e-readers hardware designed for the sole purpose of reading books that are delivered in electronic formats. Amazon has applied their...-
By Notebookjournal on July 28, 2011
Der E-Book-Reader ist fr digitale Vielleser ein Muss - jedoch (noch) kein vollstndiger Ersatz zum herkmmlichen Buch. Da der Amazon Kindle Store (mit seinem hauseigenen Kindle-Format) der grte Online-E-Buch-Shop der Welt...-