Amazon Kindle DX
A large screen and instant download of content gives this product an advantage over others.
Nice display, Great wireless and delivery mechanisms, Thin, Nice PDF support.
Big screen, Adds PDF support, Lean, elegant design.
Larger screen. PDF compatibility for rolling your own e-books.
Expanded, crisp E-Ink display, Accelerometer for adjusting screen orientation, Expanded storage, Fast wireless downloads
Large screen offers better reading experience than with other e-books; native PDF support
Large screen, 3G wireless, thin design, and native PDF support.
Big screen, Easy to read, Intuitive user controls, Solid construction
Bigger, better screen. Super-thin. 4GB capacity (3,500 books). Wide selection of books, magazines, and blogs. Buying new titles is dead simple with the free, integrated cellular modem. Text-to-speech capability.
The Kindle DX offers 2.5 times the screen real estate as the Kindle 2; native PDF support; you can switch from portrait to landscape mode by just turning the device; large library of tens of thousands of e-books, newspapers, magazines, and blogs via Am...
Bigscreen device thats even more readable than the original Kindle. PDF support is a welcome addition.
The Kindle DX has a slower reaction time and is one of the heaviest eReaders available.
Kind of heavy for reading, Still no categorization of titles, MP3 files not played in order, Kind of a one-trick-pony for the price
Keyboard is awkward to type on, Expensive
Keyboard and button design are a step backward. Large size and increased weight make it less portable. Pricey.
Expensive, Bulkier than the Kindle 2, Some popular books not available, Battery not user-replaceable
Very expensive; terrible keyboard; PDF support is problematic; hair-trigger tilt sensor; noticeably heavier than other e-book readers
Awkward keyboard, price, no included cover, and no SD card slot.
Texttospeech needs improvement
Very expensive. No touch screen. Interface could be more intuitive.
Expensive; somewhat heavy compared with the Kindle 2; no expansion slot for adding more memory; no protective carrying case included; battery is sealed into the device and isnt removable.
High cost of admission. Pivot mode has hair trigger. Southpaws will find the reader cumbersome.
By TopTenREVIEWS on June 01, 2010
Regardless of the size of the Kindle DX, it offers features to make the eReading experience...88
By T3 Magazine on April 06, 2010
With the Apple iPad hoping to jump up and down on its toes, Amazon's dominance of the ebook market is under serious threat for the first time. The Kindle DX is the company's largest and newest reader to date, with a massive 9.7-inch screen (up...-
By GadgetSpeak on March 24, 2010
This is the larger version of the Kindle (reviewed around six weeks ago) A lot of the features are the same and should you already have some Kindle books you can view them on either unit, the main advantage more words per...92
By Tracy and Matt's Blog on March 08, 2010
The Amazon Kindle DX is a cool gadget. Personally I don't read that many books but as a PDF reader it's very handy although I could not justify the price tag just for that feature. If you get through a lot of book then the Kindle might be a...-
By The Gadgeteer on February 21, 2010
A Kindle-DX showed up on my door step after about a month from its original order date. Must have nookitis. I chose the Kindle-DX mainly because of the screen size, native PDF support, and I was accustomed to the Kindle user interface with my Kindle...-
By RegHardware on February 02, 2010
Spend time with the 9.7in Kindle DX and your won't ever want to go back to a 6in e-book reader but blimey you've to pay a hefty price to be paid for such luxury. If money is no object, you won't regret the outlay, but you may want to...75
By Sydney Morning Herald on January 27, 2010
The Kindle DX is a larger version of the popular (in the US anyway) . On the eve of a highly anticipated announcement of Apple's colour-screened tablet, however, the DX may just find itself struggling for attention. On the other hand, the larger...-
By Stuff NZ on January 01, 2010
Depending on how you look at it, Amazon's supersized Kindle has been launched just in time, or it's too little too late. The Kindle DX is a larger version of the popular (in the US anyway) Kindle e-reader. After the announcement of Apple's...-
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...80
By Techworld on November 03, 2009
The Kindle DX will make consumers think hard before buying one (especially since highly functional netbooks can be had for substantially less). But it is also a very capable device that can benefit from a broadened scope. The more multipurpose...-