Wednesday, June 6, 2012

About: Kindle

The Amazon Kindle is a series of eBook readers now in their fourth generation, which enable users to shop for, download, browse, and read eBooks, newspapers, magazines, blogs, and other digital media via wireless networking.

Kindle Keyboard
Kindle began as a single device and now comprises a range of devices — most using an E Ink electronic paper display. The Kindle eReader series ranges in price from $79 to $379 depending on features. In 2011, Kindle added their latest versions, the Kindle Touch, which offers a touchscreen available with Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi/3G, and the Kindle Fire, an Android-based tablet with a color touch screen.
Since late 2011, more than 11,000 libraries in the United States offer Public Library Books for Kindle to read on any generation Kindle device or free Kindle app.

Kindle Touch
Public library books require an active Wi-Fi connection for wireless delivery to a Kindle device. Library books will not be delivered via Kindle’s 3G connection. Reading a library book on a Kindle device without an active Wi-Fi connection would require transferring the file to load via USB. Both Mac and Windows users can manage Kindle content through a USB connection.

Kindle Fire
For more information on reading library books on a Kindle device, please read the Kindle FAQ page.



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