- Touchscreen display that reads like real paper
- Unlike tablets, no screen glare, even in bright sunlight
- Battery lasts weeks, not hours
- Indulge your love of reading without e-mail alerts or push notifications
- Lighter than a paperback, holds thousands of books
- More than 70,000 titles in the public domain, such as Pride and Prejudice and Treasure Island, are available for free.
- Massive selection, low prices – over 5 million books. Over 1 million titles are $2.99 or less, over 3 million are $9.99 or less
- Looking for a light? Try Kindle Paperwhite.
I’ve always been a bit skeptical about E Readers, like, whynot buy a book instead? Well, there’s a foot in my mouth as discovered over the weekend how good E Readers are, especially Kindle.
First off, the sleek design means that it is lighter than a paperback book and there is no requirement to change pages. Personally this is one of my favorite features because I can read and scroll through my book with one hand and not need to change my bodies position.
Secondly, the screen lighting, the font size it’s all customizable meaning that there is no longer a strain on my eyes.
Finally, almost every book to date is available on an E Book and it is usually about 50% cheaper than a hard copy book (you should check out E Books). There are even tertiary books available, meaning no more lugging overweight books in your backpack.
Rating 4.50/5.0 Stars
I give Kindle a rating of 4.50 out of 5.0 stars. It’s a great product, practicable and durable and is great for book lovers, students, cooking enthusiasts and as a gift.