Amazon Introduces The Kindle—Now With Touch For $79

Posted: Sep 18 2014, 7:29am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

Amazon Introduces the Kindle—Now With Touch for $79
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New $79 Kindle is small and light, with weeks of battery life, a 20% faster processor, twice the storage, and now with a touch interface

Amazon has recently announced its two new Kindles; the Kindle Voyage and the Kindle—Now With Touch. The new $79 Kindle is everything you would want to get out of your Kindle; it is small and light, with weeks of battery life, a 20% faster processor, twice the storage and also sports a touch interface. The device is also featuring all of the features which the customers already love about it. Some of the features you are going to enjoy include Kindle FreeTime, Goodreads, and Smart Lookup. The new Kindle offers portability in a small and very light form factor. Because of these two factors, you can have your Kindle with you at all times and so you never have to miss out on your reading.

Those who still haven’t experienced e-reading will find this so useful and easy and there are no typical problems since there is no glare even in bright sunlight, and has weeks of battery life. This is certainly for you if you haven’t tried eBooks before and you will be intrigued by the advanced features such as instant dictionary look-up, adjustable font sizes, and X-Ray, which lets them quickly look up character information. It has an easy to navigate touch interface which is user friendly even for the kids who can also benefit from great features such as Kindle FreeTime, Vocabulary Builder, and more. All of this for just $79.

source: corporate-ir

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