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WHAT IS A KINDLE?

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WHAT IS A KINDLE?

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Amazon’s Kindle is the first portable e-book reader that works entirely without a computer, and except for charging it, you don’t need cables to use it. It connects (at no charge to the user, who doesn’t need a cell phone account or a cell phone) via Amazon’s Whispernet technology using Sprint’s national high-speed data network. Instead of a computer screen, the Kindle uses E-Ink and E-Paper, which you can read about here. The E-Ink on the E-Paper gives the Kindle screen the look of a real page in a printed book, though unlike a p-book, the font size can be changed to suit the reader. In addition, by using the small keyboard below the screen, the user can highlight any word, page or section of a book, and then type notes about the selection that can be edited, saved and even printed. To read more about Kindle’s many features, click here.

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