Amazon Kindle 3

  • Amazon Kindle 3
86
Based on 49 scores, 80 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    24
  • Good:
    20
  • Average:
    3
  • Bad:
    2

Pros:

  • E Ink Display.
  • Whispersync Cloud Service.
  • Sleek, light design.

Cons:

  • Interface incongruities.
  • Size.

Expert reviews and ratings

By Computeractive on -

When we reviewed the £89 Kindle last year we said it was the best ebook reader available. But the new Kindle Touch, which costs £109, is even better. There’s a Wifi model, and another that lets you download books over mobile broadband, which costs...

By theglobeandmail.com on -

As I un-boxed Amazon’s Kindle Touch 3G – a top-of-the-line digital book reader that has finally arrived in Canada a half-year after its American launch – I issued it a challenge: “Let’s see if you can make me understand why dedicated e-readers...

By T3 Magazine on 80

The Amazon Kindle Touch 3G brings touchscreen operation to the online retail giant's ereader, giving it a advantage over it's sibling - the Amazon Kindle 4 . The brand was beaten to the touch-based punch by the Kobo Touch Edition , which launched last...

By PC Authority on 83

Last year's rebranded Amazon Kindle Keyboard model is still a good option for travellers, or those who annotate. Read our review....

By The Gadgeteer on -

An e-reader should be pretty simple to review, one like the Kindle Touch that has only two buttons even more so. Amazon‘s ebook reader has one primary task: displaying the pages of the reader’s books. Sure, there are other features of importance...

By Computer Shopper on 80

Though last to the touch-input e-reader party, Amazon delivered a winner with the Kindle Touch. It gets our nod for sleek design, as well as its MP3-playback, text-to-speech, and Web-browsing functions. (Not to mention Amazon's awesome content...

By TopTenREVIEWS on 100

If you want a simple eBook reader that feels like a book, pick up the Kindle...

By TopTenREVIEWS on 100

The Kindle Keyboard combines the ease of use of the basic Kindles with some of the expanded features from more-advanced Kindle...

By LaptopMag on 70

The Kindle Touch 3G gives eReader fans a great E Ink screen, an innovative X-Ray feature, and more ways to get free...

By MobileTechReview on 60

If you're an Amazon person and don't take copious notes, the Kindle Touch is a no-brainer. It's much easier to navigate the device using a touch screen rather than the old joystick method, and even the on-screen keyboard is easy to use as a stand-in...

By PC Mag on 80

Amazon's Kindle Touch is a very capable touch-screen ebook reader, but when it comes to price, the Wi-Fi-only version makes the most sense. The 3G option puts it too close to the more-versatile Kindle Fire tablet....

By LaptopMag on 80

Like the is merely an update to the insides of the iPhone 4, the Kindle Keyboard 3G is simply an evolution of the Kindle 3G that was released last year. It sports the same physical QWERTY keyboard, 6-inch E Ink screen, and soft-touch finish. In fact,...

By Craving Tech on -

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By TechRadar on 100

The Amazon Kindle Keyboard has been the most hyped eBook reader of the year.With a hugely competitive £109 price-tag, decent specs and the backing of the UK's biggest book etailer, even before launch it's made many of the other eBook...

By Tech2 on 80

The Amazon Kindle is an excellent eBook reader. It’s a little restricted than other eBook readers in the sense that you can’t simply dump a load of eBooks on the Kindle and start reading them. It’s a great reading experience and...

By GadgetSpeak on 88

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...

By itreviews.com on -

Many people will say that ereaders are no substitute for the tactile feel of real books. And there's no denying that an ereader is an expensive option. But Amazon has pushed the boundaries with the Kindle, and every other manufacturer has to play...

By V3.co.uk on 100

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; doesn’t display diagrams well...

By Ars Technica on -

During a stint in California, I once wandered into a ramshackle San Diego bookstore and began browsing the back shelves in search of dusty treasures. After some time, the owner—who appeared to be an aging hippie—popped up at my side like an...

By Hardware Secrets on -

Reading on the Kindle is very pleasant. The device is lightweight, thin, and comfortable to hold for long periods. Turning pages is silent and can be made from both sides of the device.Its outline is slightly rounded, and the texture is smooth,...