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Amazon Kindle Paperwhite Review: The Best E-Book Reader ...

Although Amazon's Kindle Fire HD gets all of the glory, the company's hardware business is rooted in e-books. The Kindle Paperwhite's front-light promises something different. But with the recent proliferation of cheap tablets, is it still worth buying?

The clunky first-generation Kindle employed E Ink's electronic paper technology, which is a far cry from today’s hi-res Kindle Fire...

The NEW Kindle e-Reader 4th generation e-reader

Welcome to another Good e-Reader Video! Today we unbox the brand new Kindle WIFI E-Reader that just came out a few days ago! We show you a good 360 and tell ...

Jean Jean says:
What is kindle books?
I read a lot of books. I usually get them used from Amazon. I saw an ad for kindle and wondered what it was.
Pauline A says:
They are electronic books, that you can read on their Amazon Kindle device and you can bring it everywhere. I am a Kindle 2 owner and an avid reader as well, so let me give you some of my opinions...

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