Why buy an Amazon Kindle
November 15, 2015
The Amazon Kindle has been firmly planted on the top of many bestsellers charts all over the internet. The Amazon Kindle established itself as a favorite gadget of many. It appears good when it is not in use and great when it is used. One of its less celebrated but most gallant attributes is the quality of the display. The text and images are to the eyes as what the music is to the ears. Why buy an Amazon Kindle? Click here.
Weighing barely 10 ounces, this electronic reader is lighter that most books in the market. At only 0.7 inches thick, the Amazon Kindle is as thick (if not lesser) that most magazines on the shelves. For all of us bookworms out there, we all know too well how much space three paperbacks will take in our bags. With the capacity to store up to 4000 book titles, this electronic book reader scores 5 stars in portability!
Your own personal bookstore
The Amazon Kindle allows you to have access to over 190,000 books, newspapers and magazines at the touch of your fingertips. It uses 3G technology where you can download any of your favorite books within just one minute. With the Amazon Kindle, you will also receive free access to Wikipedia and it also comes with a built in dictionary. Talk about having the whole bookstore in your purse!
The screen Amazon Kindle uses an electronic ink technology that highly resembles the experience of reading a real book. The background of the screen is white and it does not have any back-lighting so it never gets hot. One of the cool features of the Amazon Kindle is that you can enlarge the words on the screen to a size that suits your preference. This enable you to read your favorite books even when you have left your reading glasses at home.
Every year, 30 million trees have been cut down to make books in the U.S. alone. The innocent activity of reading is not as sustainable as we thought! The truth is most of the books that we have bought and read lay idle and untouched on our bookshelves for years, if not decades. With the Amazon Kindle, you can store up to 4000 books in this little device, which is the equivalent of four mature hardwood trees.