Kindle DX wireless reader comes with free global 3G
If you are in the market for a wireless reader this festive season then perhaps you might like to consider the Kindle DX, a wireless reader device that comes with free global 3G and sports a 9.7-inch diagonal E Ink display with the latest E Ink Pearl technology that delivers 50 percent better contrast for better quality text and images.
The Kindle DX reader measures 10.4 x 7.2 x 0.38 inches and weighs in at 18.9 ounces, with 4GB internal storage, USB 2.0 port, HSDPA modem for that 3G on the AT&T network, a battery life of up to one week on a single charge, or without using 3G the ability to read for up to between 2 and 3 weeks, and a 3.5mm jack.
The Kindle DX also features a basic web browser along with the Kindle DX ‘Read to me’ feature that utilised text-to-speech to read books, blogs, newspapers and magazines out loud.
The device also has auto rotation of the screen, a built-in PDF reader, a 5-way controller for precise screen navigation for selecting text to highlight, uses Whispernet to search, discover and download content with periodicals and books delivered in under 60-seconds along with the ability to hold up to 3500 books.
For those that might be interested in picking up the Kindle DX reader, you can purchase the device by hitting up Woot who have it on offer for a price of a penny shy of 200-bucks although you will be required to pay a 5-buck shipping charge, and just to let you know, this Kindle DX is a refurbished model.
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